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.
Join the thousands who have stepped up to protect nature. Make a donation to Conservation International Singapore Conservation Trust (CSCT).
CSCT is a registered charity in Singapore with Institute of Public Character (IPC) status.
Support our current campaigns
Environmental Education Program 2021
The program, launched in 2017, has already engaged 45 local schools, reaching out to over 48,000 students on important topics such as climate change, the story of plastic, the value of mangrove ecosystems, and marine conservation.The onset of COVID-19 has led to the restructuring of this program. As a result, a series of virtual learning resources were designed and made available to educators. Our experts are building a community of practice for educators to support environmental education in school curricula through specially designed resources to help engage students.
Donations received will enable us to engage more local school students, enhance the learning experience, expand our learning channels through new virtual tools, and support educators.
Young Conservation Scientists Program
The Young Conservation Scientists (YCS) program, offered at no cost to schools, helps local students appreciate the amazing ecosystems in Singapore by getting them out of the classroom and into nature. This immersive outdoor program will connect students to nature through fun and informative sessions. Students will learn the importance of biodiversity and explore how using conservation science and technology can support a sustainable ecosystem. The recipients of this program are presented with an exceptional opportunity to engage with Conservation International experts and scientists. Through this program, we aim to inspire the next generation of conservationists to be at the forefront of developing solutions that inform Singapore's national agenda on sustainable development.