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Public Lecture

Pursuing Sustainability: Environmental and Financial Leadership in Tokyo

In December 2016, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government formulated a new comprehensive four-year plan called “New Tokyo. New Tomorrow. The Action Plan for 2020". The Action Plan charts the course to the future to create the “New Tokyo” by realizing the three new faces of our city, “Safe City”, Diversity(“Diverse City”) and “Smart City” of Tokyo from the perspective of placing the Tokyo citizens first. A “Smart City” is a vibrant city that keeps growing, a city open to the world, a city leading the world in environmental policies, and a global financial and economic center.
In this presentation, we would like to introduce our policies and activities to be what we called “Environmental and Global Financial City Tokyo”, one of the goals of “Smart City”.
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy 
National University of Singapore 
469C Bukit Timah Road
Oei Tiong Ham Building (Lobby) 
Singapore 259772 
Thu 16 November 2017
03:10 PM - 03:45 PM

The Honorable Yuriko Koike

The Honorable Yuriko Koike

Governor of Tokyo

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QUAH, Danny

QUAH, Danny

Vice Dean (Academic Affairs) and Li Ka Shing Professor in Economics

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