Garden in the City (Part I): Tracing the Legal History of Singapore’s Green Spaces
Wong Li-Anne, Kim & Lu En Hui, Sarah Year 1, LLB National University of Singapore INTRODUCTION Singapore, located one degree
"Singapore got wildlife meh?"
A brief history of the Wild Animals and Birds Act — and two false(?) dichotomies *(Quote from David “Dead Bird” Tan’
Illegal Wildlife Trade in Southeast Asia
Chloe Hing Year 1 LLB National University of Singapore INTRODUCTION International illegal wildlife trade is valued between a shocking US$
Strategic Environmental Assessments — A Holistic Approach to Urban Sustainability
Eric Bea Year 3, LLB National University of Singapore INTRODUCTION Amongst environmental lawyers in Singapore, the need for an Environmental
Why have an EIA Law? The Case for Public Participation
Jasmine Goh Year 2, Yale-NUS and NUS Law Double Degree Programme National University of Singapore INTRODUCTION The process of Environmental
The Cross–Island Line (CRL) Debate – Civil Society Needs to Play Active Role in Pushing for Legislation
Muhammad Nurshazny Ramlan Year 4, LLB National University of Singapore The Cross–Island Line (CRL) Debate – Civil Society Needs to
Should Singapore Accede to the Ramsar Convention?
Ernest Cheong Year 1, LLB National University of Singapore INTRODUCTION The Ramsar Convention provides the framework for the conservation and
The Pathway to Paris: A Commentary on the Carbon Pricing (Draft) Bill
The following is an excerpt from the pathway to paris: a commentary on the carbon pricing bill, which is a
Marine conservation in Singapore: a look at general legislation protecting the Sisters’ Island Marine Park
Amshar Addy, LLB Year 2, Environmental Law Students Association National University of Singapore Preamble In 2014, Sisters’ Island was announced
Garden in the City (Part II): What are we doing to preserve what is left of biodiversity and greenery in Singapore?
Garden in the City (Part II): What are we doing to preserve what is left of biodiversity and greenery in