SINGAPORE – How the environment is portrayed in Singapore’s history textbooks should be relooked to give students a more comprehensive understanding about sustainability, two researchers say.

In a recent study, the Yale-NUS College researchers found that history books here often focus on Singapore’s developmental history, with little mention about the trade-offs the country had to make in terms of its natural environment.

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Last modified: September 27, 2021