INCLUSIVE CITIES LAB
2021 - Resilient Urban Systems - ES3202
Assessing a subset of ecosystem services (at least 2) provided by natural infrastructure in Jurong Central Park
Interpreting results and identifying how the services help enhancing resilience (resilience of what, to what, for whom, where, and why)
Creating an infographic summarizing key facts about ecosystem services in Jurong Central Park of potential interest to the local population
In the Resilient Urban Systems course (ES3202, Asian School of the Environment), students work in a group to conduct an ecosystem services assessment of Jurong Central Park, Boon Lay, and communicate the results to a general audience. The project involves:
In 2021, students formed four groups with a focus to work on following themes:
1) Resilience of Migrant Workers at JCP
2) Resilience of Urban Stormwater Management at JCP
3) Resilience against Urban Heat during Physical Activity at JCP
4) Role of JCP in Contributing to the Ecological Resilience
RESILIENCE OF MIGRANT WORKERS
By Nicole, Shi Han, Grace, Chen Xi
How do the ecosystem services provided by JCP enhance the resilience of migrant workers?
RESILIENCE OF URBAN STORMWATER MGT
By Alicia Loke, Hung Wei Ju, Phoebe Julian, Tan Xuan Wen
What are the flood mitigation service and water quality improvement service provided by Jurong Central Park?
RESILIENCE AGAINST URBAN HEAT
By Wen Ting, Blyss, Xi Rui
How can the extent of natural features within natural infrastructure improve resilience to urban heat during physical activity?
By Fan Yi, Jocelyn, Jolene
What is the role of JCP in contributing to the Ecological Resilience of Singapore?