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Louis Ng on Environmental Protection and Management Bill

Speech by Mr. Louis Ng Kok Kwang, MP for Nee Soon GRC, at the Second Reading of the Environmental Protection and Management Bill (Bill No. 21/2021) Introduction  Sir, this Bill tackles two distinct but important problems: noise and greenhouse gases. Residents will be happy to hear that the Bill empowers NEA to more effectively ensure that construction sites remain quiet on Sundays and public holidays.  Singaporeans should also be happy that the Bill empowers the Government to better mitigate climate change given that Singapore is getting warmer much more quickly than the rest of the world.....

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Six stations on Thomson-East Coast Line to open for passenger service on 28 August 2021

The second stage of the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) is ready for passenger service from 28 August 2021! Commuters can look forward to a shorter waiting time with trains arriving at stations every five minutes during peak hours and every nine minutes off-peak. This is up from the current frequency of 10 minutes during peak hours and 15 minutes during off-peak hours at the first three stations of the TEL in Woodlands. Residents of Nee Soon will also enjoy greater connectivity with these newly added stations!....

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On action plan for urban wildlife management and reduction of marine debris

Parliamentary Questions filed by Mr Louis Ng Kok Kwang on 2 & 3 August Mr Louis Ng Kok Kwang: To ask the Minister for Sustainability and the Environment (a) for each year in the past five years, what is the estimated percentage of marine debris that originates from (i) disposal of waste from ships and (ii) floating debris from neighbouring countries; and (b) if such data is not currently collected, whether the Ministry will start collecting the data.....

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Nee Soon GRC Riding To A Greener Future With Over 26km Of Cycling Paths By 2023

Nee Soon grassroots advisers ride in support of the SG Green Plan’s Sustainable Living goal of tripling Singapore’s cycling path networks by 2030. Nee Soon residents can look forward to a more connected town and a more sustainable form of living with an additional 10km of cycling paths to be added to the current cycling path network spanning 16.5km.  Minister for Home Affairs and Law K Shanmugam, who is also a grassroots adviser to Nee Soon GRC,....

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