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Skilling Up for a Green Future

Conversation  -  Gog Soon Joo

In conversation with ETHOS, the Chief Skills Officer of SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) outlines bold plans to green Singapore’s economy and workforce.

Ethos, journal of the Civil Service College Singapore

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ETHOS is a publication of the Civil Service College, Singapore. It aims to provide thought leadership, insight and context on a wide range of public policy issues of interest to Singapore.

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Forging strong links with international thought leaders, policy practitioners, and academics.

A City in a Garden

Article  -  Ng Lang

Singapore’s greenery plan has entered a new phase of development where conserving biodiversity and involving the community will further transform the island.

Co-creating the Rail Corridor's Future

Article  -  Tan See Nin

Broad hands-on community engagement has led the design and planning process for a significant stretch of former railway land.

Green Transport in Singapore: Public Attitudes, Intentions and Actions

Article  -  Chong Wen Wei, Leong Wai Yan, Karenza Mosquera, Ng Kai Xuan, Ng Sheng Yang

With recent studies indicating strong support for green transport among Singaporeans, especially among youth, a greener, people-centric land transport system for Singapore is well within our reach.

The City and My Home

Opinion  -  Simon Tay

This evening I thought of the New Year countdown and fireworks at the Bay while walking with my son and his dog around Seletar air base, where we live. The disparity is stark and tells me how the city is changing and affecting our lives.

Managing Singapore's Land Needs

Article  -  Melissa Sapuan

Visionary urban planning transformed a tiny island nation into a bustling business hub. Now Singapore has set its sights on becoming a distinctive global city.

China's Clean Energy Thrust

Article  -  Andy Eng, Augustine Chong

Why China wants to become a clean energy powerhouse — and what it means for the global economy.

Waste Management and Economic Growth

Article  -  Lee Yuen Hee

Cities as the engines of economic growth are also the highest producers of waste and pollution. Find out how economic development does not have to mean more waste generated.