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Title: The Role of the Blue Economy in Singapore’s Sustainable Energy Transition
Authors: Mary Ann Quirapas-Franco 
Melissa Low 
Alex Ng
Keywords: Blue Economy, Singapore Green Plan, Coastal and Marine Environment, Sustainable Development, Marine Energy
Issue Date: 23-May-2021
Publisher: Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
Citation: Mary Ann Quirapas-Franco, Melissa Low, Alex Ng (2021-05-23). The Role of the Blue Economy in Singapore’s Sustainable Energy Transition : 1-4. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Series/Report no.: ESI Policy Brief;43
Abstract: Singapore recently launched the Singapore Green Plan 2030 (SGP 2030), a whole-of-nation movement to drive the city-state’s national agenda on sustainable development. While the SGP 2030 primarily focuses on the green aspects or land-based solutions to climate change, Singapore should tap on its marine and coastal resources to complement and strengthen current efforts to achieve long-term and sustainable economic growth. This policy brief explores the opportunities to expand Singapore’s blue economy, especially to transition to more sustainable energy source
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