Singapore is a tiny island of a little over 720 square kilometers in size. It has a population of more than 5 million and has no natural resources to draw upon, except its people. So what is the value of nature and biodiversity to the socio-economic progress of this red dot? We are often reminded that it is business/finance and technology that drives the economy, not natural history! Is this really the case?
The talk is free but pre-registration is required online. More details. This talk by Professor Leo Tan, organized by Wee Kim Wee Centre, SMU
Venue: Mochtar Riady Auditorium, Level 5, Singapore Management University Administration Building