This Article provides an overview of the environmental legal regime in Singapore, with an emphasis on statutes, subsidiary legislation, and policies directed to the control and protection of the environment. The discussion includes legislation and policies specifically applicable to toxic waste disposal and working conditions and examines them in the context of Singapore's economic climate and political structure. Special attention is given to the concerns of foreign investors. The Article concludes with a consideration of Singapore's more immediate environmental challenges and examines the successes of its environmental protection policies.
Deborah L. Blum,
A Guide to the Environmental Legal Regime of Singapore for Foreign Investors,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol28/iss4/5