How can we mitigate the effects of climate change while still ensuring economic progress? Professor Dodo J Thampapillai from the LKYSPP urges to incorporate sustainability in the current economic systems, and here is how.
Rarely has the topic of immigration received so much attention as it has in the past year. Conflict, poverty and a lack of adequate job opportunities have been at the …
Singapore faces the sobering reality of a rapidly ageing population, a challenge that the Singapore government has spared no expense in tackling.
In 2016, the Singapore government unveiled a $3 …
Millions of people around the world currently suffer from hunger, and this number is set to increase with various foreseeable threats to food security in future. What are these risks and how can they be mitigated?
Singapore has long been lauded for its highly efficient urban planning strategies. However, city design rests primarily in the hands of the experts instead of actual users. Why is public involvement essential to city design and what are some initiatives that encourage citizen participation?
Behavioural insights could play a key role throughout the entire policymaking cycle by helping governments nudge citizens towards certain actions. What are the key principles to apply to get it right?
The new Lancang-Mekong Cooperation Mechanism is a game changer for water governance in the region, say Leong Ching and Louis Lebel from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. Here, they discuss crucial components of an alternative architecture to regulate large-scale infrastructure projects.