This is a guide to all things at the intersection of Children, Singapore and social change. Feel free to edit if you’d like to improve it!


See Climate Change Events and Climate Change Articles.

Key People

Names are in alphabetical order, hyperlinked to LinkedIn, else Facebook. Listing is based on prior experience in an area, plus a connection to Singapore in some way.

Andreas Birnik, Daryl Sng, David Fogarty, Fahreza Hidayat, Wilfred M. Walsh

International Initiatives

Regional Climate Adaptation Knowledge Platform for Asia is a response to the demand for effective mechanisms for sharing information on climate change adaptation, and for developing adaptive capacities in Asian countries. The initiative supports research and capacity building, policy making and information assimilation, generation, management and sharing. It will also facilitate climate change adaptation at local, national and regional levels, while working with existing and emerging networks and initiatives.

SG Initiatives

350 Singapore was founded by Young NTUC. It is the Singapore chapter to the global movement.

CarbonStory is a Singapore-based crowd-funding platform for climate change projects. Calculate your carbon footprint, join teams, sponsor projects and post on Facebook.

Climate Change Organisation is a non-profit and non-government body formed to champion the course of raising environmental awareness particularly on issues such as climate change and global warming.

Low Carbon SG is an online community dedicated to help Singapore reduce her carbon emissions and move towards the goal of a low carbon economy.

Key Publications

Singapore submitted its Second National Communication on Climate Change report to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Secretariat in Nov 2010. The report is an update of the first National Communication report submitted in 2000, and details the strategies for managing sustainable growth and climate change in Singapore.

Climate Change Adaptation – Engaging Business in Asia

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