The Urban Doggos team proposes an environmental campaign to improve ethnocultural inclusivity in Singapore urban parks. They aim to find a balance between citizen satisfaction and ecological concerns. Please follow this link to the full research proposal and environmental campaign here.
The city-state of Singapore is often portrayed as a utopia in terms of quality of life, economy, and sustainability. In fact, the Sustainable Cities Index 2016 ranked it first in Asia and second globally. On paper, the Sustainable Singapore Blueprint looks ideal. But environmental utopian models such as ‘eco-cities’ have poor track records when it comes to implementation. My question is: has Singapore managed to turn these environmental dreams into reality?