Faced with land constraints, Singapore can only do so much to implement nature-based solutions to fight climate change. Instead, the republic should invest in the region and serve as a knowledge hub for sustainability, says conservation scientist Professor Koh Lian Pin.

Koh is director of the Centre for Nature-based Climate Solutions (CNCS) at the National University of Singapore (NUS).

In January, he took on an additional portfolio as policymaker, and currently serves as a Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP). 

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