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How Singapore's water management has become a global model for how to tackle climate crisis

By Asit K. Biswas, Distinguished visiting professor, University of Glasgow
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Singapore is at the forefront of nearly all countries that have formulated a long-term plan for managing climate change and is steadfastly implementing that plan.

The small island state of 6 million people was among the 40 nations invited by the US President Joe Biden to attend his leaders’ summit on tackling climate change last April.

Singapore is one of most densely populated countries in the world. It…The Conversation

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