Through strategic planning and investment in research and technology, strong political will, and effective governance, Singapore has emerged from water insecurity to become a global hydrohub. It has built a robust and diversified range of water sources and has successfully addressed its water challenges in the process

See original here:
Singapore: niche diplomacy through water expertise

About the author

Leave a Reply

Sign Up for Our Newsletter

Get notified of our weekly selection of news

You May Also Like

The ASEAN Smart Logistics Network: An Overview

In addition to improving connectivity among the 10-member grouping, the ASLN seeks to promote the use of smart and sustainable logistics infrastructure. It supports the ASEAN Connectivity Master Plan 2025, which is a policy promoting integration between ASEAN members.

Business and Tax Incentives for Foreign Investors in Singapore

With one of the world’s most business-friendly tax regimes, Singapore has emerged as a major financial and economic hub in Asia. Investors are also drawn by the efficient and cost-effective process to incorporate a company and the country’s transparent legal system.

Singapore Helps Businesses Go Green with New Sustainability Program

The sustainability program is part of the government’s push to implement the Singapore Green Plan 2030, a ‘whole-of-the-nation’ movement spearheaded by several ministries to chart Singapore’s green targets over the next 10 years