Our ECO Leaders Programme focuses on turning individual awareness into actions. It’s now in development and we are now doing the beta testing. Click to find out more or feel free to contact us if you want to help.
Monthly engagement to bring green issues to the youth in Singapore in an interesting and relevant manner. We are putting together a team of youth volunteers. Click to find out more and join us.
Annual fellowship to exposes our youth on environmental issues across the different stakeholders in Singapore and at the global level. We are currently running our Singapore Youth Fellowship on Climate Change. Click to find our more about who they are.
We constantly engage schools to build their in house youth capacity.
The Environmental Challenge Organisation (Singapore), or ECO Singapore, is the leading non-government youth environmental social enterprise in Singapore. We aim to challenge youth aged 17-35 to adopt sustainable lifestyles and actively engage in environmental issues. To this end, we work to promote and support youth engagement in sustainability and environmental decision-making by creating environmental leadership opportunities for Singaporean youths, educating and empowering youth to engage with key environmental issues (such as climate change) and instilling a sense of ownership in the local and global environment. ECO Singapore drives and supports local and global environmental initiatives in collaboration with other environmental and youth stakeholders.
Annual statistics of youth leaders we train and mentor.
YOUTH LED INITIATIVES
Annual figures of youth led initiatives we are involved.
Annual number of partners we work with from people, public and private sectors.
Number of schools we have established working relationships with.
Chua Jian Hong
Tay Guang Wen
Board Of Directors
Board of Advisors
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ECO Singapore ECO Blips 42 20-04-2013 www.eco-singapore.org Dear Readers. Welcome to another issue of ECO Blips! You can still sign up for Dunk It! 2013 and NYEF! Forms are below! Earth Day is on Monday, 22nd April. So, HAPPY EARTH DAY EVERYONE! Fun Fact about Earth Day: Earth Day went global in 1990, putting environmental issues in the[…]
The CDL E-Generation Challenge – an exciting eco-themed “Amazing Race” style national competition targeted at the youths – will be held once again in 2013 for the fourth consecutive year! The primary objective of this competition is to raise the level of eco-consciousness amongst the youth, utilising an eco-tainment platform as participants learn more about[…]
ECO Singapore’s membership is a small community of youths who share the passion for people and environment. Being an ECO Singapore member also means having priority to take part in ECO Club activities, where you will be exposed to environmental issues in a fun and insightful manner! Only by passing through the Members’ Induction Programme[…]
Take part in Run350, Singapore’s one and only eco-friendly run! Run 21km, 10km or 350m kids dash. Registration ends 28th Feb. Catch it before it’s too late! Register here: http://www.run350.com/ For all ECO Singapore website visitors, here’s the exclusive discount code to enjoy the special rate ($50 for 21km & $40 for 10km) – EBECOSG0704[…]
Youth Dialogue: Climate Change Doha COP 18: What happened and how you can get involved! When the world’s climate change negotiators met in Doha in Qatar last month, they attempted to resolve the difficult issues that have stymied policy progress for years. The immediate future of the Kyoto Protocol and development of a framework for[…]
Do you have any clothing that is in good condition yet lies forgotten in a corner of your wardrobe because it doesn’t fit you or is no longer your favourite? Bring it to Tampines (beside the MRT station) on Nov 24th and give it a new life by making it someone else’s favourite. No one[…]
Relive! brings the message of sustainable living to the heartlands with interactive exhibits and sales of eco-friendly products. The upcoming Relive! takes place from 16 – 29 Nov beside Tampines MRT and will feature a special theme: clothing! We would need enthusiastic volunteers to help share the little-known story of the stuff we wear. Please[…]
We’ll like to share with you a personal project done by one of our volunteers. Rachel He initiated the Doggy Poo Bag project as part of her Masters Study Programme in Singapore. Rachel He hails from China, and has had to overcome her shortcomings in the English language. Nevertheless, she bravely took on the challenge[…]
Environmental Challenge Organisation (Singapore) Blips 38 Oct 14, 2012 Community ECO CLub Follow us on Twitter & Facebook www.eco-singapore.org Local News Future cities modeled on nature United Nations figures predict that by 2050, more than 70 per cent of the world’s population will live in cities – up from about 50 per[…]
Environmental Challenge Organisation (Singapore) Blips 37 Sept 25, 2012 Community ECO CLub Follow us on Twitter & Facebook www.eco-singapore.org Local News Air quality improves, PSI back to good range in the afternoon Air quality improved on Saturday afternoon, with the Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) dropping back to the ‘good’ range after 1pm,[…]