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dc.titleThe Role of the Blue Economy in Singapore’s Sustainable Energy Transition
dc.contributor.authorMary Ann Quirapas-Franco
dc.contributor.authorMelissa Low
dc.contributor.authorAlex Ng
dc.contributor.editorLow, Melissa
dc.contributor.editorQuirapas-Franco, Mary Ann Joy
dc.identifier.citationMary 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.
dc.description.abstractSingapore 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
dc.publisherEnergy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
dc.relation.ispartofseriesESI Policy Brief;43
dc.subjectBlue Economy, Singapore Green Plan, Coastal and Marine Environment, Sustainable Development, Marine Energy
dc.contributor.departmentENERGY STUDIES INSTITUTE
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