Practical solutions for Shanghai and Singapore

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Shanghai and Singapore are different in size, complexity and governance, but they face similar issues in dealing with waste management, air quality and water quality. In this post, Augustine Quek and Yen Wah Tong, of the National University of Singapore, explain how the Energy and Environmental Sustainability Solutions for Megacities program has found solutions that can work for both—and for other cities in Asia and around the world. Augustine Quek and Yen Wah Tong were featured speakers at the first Springer Nature “Science and the Sustainable City” summit, held in Singapore in July 2018. You can find more essays by speakers, along with other cities-related content, on “Science for Sustainable Cities.”

By Augustine Quek and Yen Wah Tong, Scientific American


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