Singapore: An Exclusive Eco-city – by Isabella Genovese

Isabella is a Global Studies and  Environmental Studies  major, and also minors in Chinese and Professional Writing, Journalism Track

With nature-mocking megastructures and sparkly-clean streets, Singapore is widely regarded as a beacon: an eco-friendly model of the future. But who reaps the benefits of its green building? Are Singapore’s flaunted environmental infrastructures accessible to everyone, including the resident populations of low-wage migrant workers? My research will investigate the reality of an apparent environmental justice in Singapore to seek the green-branded city-state’s real beneficiaries—and rejects.

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