From “Garden city” to “A city in a garden” : the ideals and practices of Singapore’s environmental greenery policy and its implications for the Chinese government = 从“花园城市”到“花园中的城市” : 新加坡环境政策的理念与实践及其对中国的启示
Date of Issue2015
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
This article has five sections. First, it introduces the policy evolution from “Garden City” to “City in A Garden”; secondly, we discuss the government’s conceptualization of the policy; thirdly, it explores various mechanisms that are used by the government to implement the “Garden City” and “City in A Garden” policies; fourthly, we use “Marina South” mixed-use residential district as an example to demonstrate how the policy is put into implementation. This paper concludes with some discussions on the policy implications for the Chinese government.
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