Protecting the nature we all rely on for food, fresh water and livelihoods

People need nature

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Nature is an essential part of our daily lives. It's the food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe.

Nature doesn't need us. But where would we be without nature? That's why at Conservation International, we're committed to protecting nature in all its forms — for the benefit of everyone on Earth.


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Environmental education

Launched in 2017, the Environmental Education Program has engaged 39 local schools from primary to junior college level, reaching out to over 40,000 students to date on important topics such as climate change, the story of plastic, the value of mangrove ecosystems and marine conservation.

This campaign will enable Conservation International Singapore Conservation Trust (CSCT) to engage more local school students, enhance the learning experience, expand our learning channels through development of new e-learning tools as well as offer an increased number of internships and research grants to Singaporean students in the years ahead.

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We’ve long known that people need nature for a stable climate. Keeping nature intact will to prevent future pandemics AND build resilience to the climate change impacts to come. It’s time to start restoring nature, and if we act right now there’s still time to get this right. Let’s care for forests like our lives depend on it – because they do.

Combatting climate change with nature-based solutions

Nature-based solutions are a key factor to Singapore's planning of our climate change defences and managing our carbon footprint, food security and water resources.

This campaign provides funding to Conservation International Conservation Trust Singapore (CSCT) to collaborate with Singapore stakeholders in public, private and academic sectors to address knowledge gaps, build capacity, inform national climate policies/strategies, and deliver innovative solutions.

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