SINGAPORE (Oct 2): Sustainable infrastructure development practices are needed to overcome Singapore’s existential threats of global warming and rising sea levels, says Indranee Rajah, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office.

Speaking at the inaugural Asia Infrastructure Forum on Wednesday, Indranee, who is also second minister for finance and education, noted that “infrastructure built should not contribute further to climate change” through deforestation, ecological damage and carbon emissions.

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