Urban Tropical Ecology in Singapore

Onward and Upward

I woke up this morning expecting a hike. What I got was a machete-carved voyage straight up a mountain ending with […]

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Orchids, NParks, and U.S. Embassy….Oh my!

This morning we started bright and early at 8 a.m. We headed to the botanical gardens using the MRT. Our […]

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Silat to Serragon: Exploring a few of Singapore’s historic places of worship

Religious beliefs are one of the primary societal factors that often influence decisions regarding environmental conservation. In Singapore, there is […]

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Snake on a plane? Also Water Management

The day’s agenda for the intrepid Duke Urban Ecology class was separated into 2 parts: a morning briefing on water […]

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A day of Life in Singapore

We students were left to our own devices for a rare relaxing morning that didn’t start at 8:30 with a […]

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The Green Crab

If you look at Singapore from above, it resembles a crab, with its mouth at the Singapore river and the […]

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Resistance and Recovery: Singapore’s Heritage Biodiversity

Singapore is an extremely forward looking country, whether that be in industry, technology, or even environmental values. But sometimes there […]

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