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  1. FILE PHOTO: People ride bicycles in the Rue de Rivoli in a warm and sunny day in Paris

    Commentary: Bike lanes and housing in the CBD? Here’s how COVID-19 could transform cities

    The pandemic has accelerated the pace of urban innovation, compressing what would have taken years into months or even weeks, says Carlo Ratti and ...
  2. Heart of the Matter podcast thumbnail
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    What’s so special about Dover Forest? When love of nature meets urban planning

    In recent months, Singapore’s forests have been in the public eye after stunning drone shots of Clementi Forest went viral. Now, Dover’s lush ...
  3. Clementi Forest

    Commentary: Save forests or build 4-rooms? It’s not a zero-sum game

    Conserving our forests is a delicate dance in a land-scarce country and a wicked problem. But this doesn’t mean there are no solutions, says one ...
  4. Meet the recipients of Singapore's highest honours for research scientists and engineers | Video
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    03:27minutes

    Meet the recipients of Singapore's highest honours for research scientists and engineers | Video

    Two teams and an individual received The President's Science and Technology Awards handed out by President Halimah Yacob on Thursday (Oct 17). The ...
  5. Insight FY2021 ep 20
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    47:38minutes

    Ep 20: India's Climate Disaster

    Can India mitigate the adverse impact of climate change without jeopardising its economic growth?
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    Commentary: How prepared is Singapore for the next flash flood?

    A comprehensive strategy to manage floods in Singapore would comprise engineering, green and digital solutions, say Asit K Biswas and Cecilia ...
  7. People walk by an almost empty street during a workday following the implementation of stricter soc

    Commentary: Everything a post-lockdown new normal needs we haven't thought about enough

    Rethinking how we live and work might just keep the community and economy healthy, says Daniel Flitton.
  8. Woman walking

    Commentary: How to walk more in our busy lives

    The more access people have to local facilities, job opportunities, and public transport, the more they walk, says two experts.