Zero Waste SG
Zero Waste SG is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organisation dedicated to help Singapore eliminate the concept of waste, and accelerate the shift towards zero waste and the circular economy. It started as a website in 2008 providing tips and resources on waste minimisation and recycling, and is officially registered as a non-governmental organisation in 2015.
Green Nudge is an initiative set up to tackle the problem of contamination of recyclables, and large amount of waste generated at mass and sporting events. It aims to change the narrative of recycling in Singapore by working with eco-conscious companies and community partners to create a decisive and grounded impact to Singapore’s environmental landscape.
We aim to inspire Singaporeans to minimize their use of plastics and change our systems to make it easy to live single-use plastic free. We are convinced reducing the plastic in our environment is vital for us to live in a healthy, sustainable world.
Singapore Environment Council
Established in 1995, the Singapore Environment Council (SEC) is an independently managed, non-profit and non-government organisation (NGO). SEC continuously engages all sectors of the community by formulating and executing a range of holistic programmes, such as the Singapore Environmental Achievement Awards, Asian Environmental Journalism Awards, School Green Awards, Green Champions, Singapore Green Labelling Scheme, Project: Eco-Office, Project: Eco-Shop and Project: F&B. In addition, we build a pool of committed volunteers under our Earth Helpers programme.
Repair Kopitiam is an initiative to bring the community together to repair so as to combat the throw away culture for a sustainable world.
Singpapore Youth for Climate Action
Singapore Youth for Climate Action (S-Y-C-A) was co-founded by Singapore youths ready to take on responsibility of climate action, and being able to relate what we want for our shared future with decisions and negotiations happening at the global United Nations platform.
Ground-Up Initiative (GUI)
Ground-Up Initiative (GUI) is a non-profit community, guided by the spirit of innovation, resilience and grounded leadership to demonstrate urban sustainability. With the power of community, GUI is building Kampung Kampus, a low-carbon footprint community campus, sited on a 2.6 hectares land plot in Yishun, Singapore. Kampung Kampus aims to be a role model in sustainable living and a School of Life; nurturing an eco-conscious community with the mind, the hands and the heart to be stewards of a more sustainable and happier future.
Foodscape Collective is a community initiative that connects stakeholders from across our local foodscape, empowers individuals with skills and knowledge in food sustainability, and supports projects for a fair and compassionate food system that protects our environment and communities.
The Food Bank Singapore is a place where companies or people can come to deposit/donate their unused or unwanted foods.
Food from the Heart
Food from the Heart is a non-profit charity organization that aims to re-channel unsold bread and non-perishable items to the underprivileged.
UglyFood strives to maximise value of food resources. We do this by partnering with fresh produce retailers, suppliers and wholesalers, purchasing fresh produce that would otherwise go to waste, and transforming them into appealing, nutritious and delectable food products (fruit teas, cold-pressed juices, and popsicles) for our customers.
LepakInSG is an informal environmental group who runs an online calendar of environmental events. We also organise activities to raise action and awareness about environmental issues!
World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
Through our awareness campaigns and outreach activities, WWF Singapore aims to educate individuals from all walks of life on how a simple action can add up to make a big difference to our environment and safeguard the world’s biodiversity. We also work with businesses both locally and within the Asia Pacific region to help them identify sustainable business practices, as well as on how they can reduce their ecological foot print on the planet.