We love to spread the green message and inspire others to take action, that’s why we have initiated various publications, websites and campaigns for the environment.
Our guides and reviews help individuals, companies and organisations to understand green issues in Singapore and take action.
The Singapore Green Landscape 2020 highlights the key government reports that are related to sustainability, and introduces the non-governmental organisations, non-profits and social enterprises; green groups; business associations and groups; green websites and events; government agencies; and institutes and centres in Singapore, which are relevant to the environment.
2020 Guide to Singapore Government Funding and Incentives for the Environment lists 30 government funding and incentives related to energy efficiency, environmental initiatives, food production, green buildings, sustainable finance, sustainable transport, urban solutions, waste management, water technology, and workforce and business development.
The 7 Habits of Green Conscious Singaporeans is a guide book for you to go green and take action. The 7 habits are commonly found in people who are green conscious and environmentally aware. All of us can start learning these 7 habits now and take action to improve and protect the environment.
Singapore Green Landscape 2017 highlights 13 key sustainability reports, and gives an overview of 273 NGOs and non-profits, green groups, business associations and groups, green websites, government agencies, and institutes and centres in Singapore, which are relevant to the environment.
2015 Guide to Singapore Government Funding and Incentives for the Environment lists 35 funding and incentives related to energy efficiency and clean energy, green buildings and construction, water and environmental technologies, green transport and shipping, waste minimisation, environmental initiatives, and capability development.
Our green websites provide environmental resources for individuals, companies and organisations to make sustainable choices and act towards our green future.
Green Business Singapore is the leading online sustainability toolkit for businesses in Singapore, with a green editorial focus on Strategy and Leaders, Operations and Culture, Design and Tech, and Marketing and CSR. We aim to shape the green business revolution in Singapore by inspiring businesses and providing them with the knowledge and tools. [Website is now closed]
Zero Waste Singapore is an online publication dedicated to help Singapore eliminate the concept of waste and move towards the goal of zero waste. Our aim is to educate individuals, communities and businesses on Zero Waste and the 3 Rs (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle), and to help them take action through useful news, tips, products and resources. [Zero Waste SG is now registered as a separate non-profit organisation]
Low Carbon Singapore is an online publication dedicated to help Singapore reduce carbon emissions and move towards the goal of a low carbon economy. Our aim is to educate individuals and businesses on climate change, global warming and clean energy, and to help them take action and reduce their carbon footprint through useful news, tips, products and resources. [Website is now closed]
Greenstore is Singaporeâ€™s first review and rating guide for green consumers. We curate, review and rate green, eco, sustainable, organic, and ethical products and services that benefit you, the environment and the community. [Website is now closed]
Asia is Green is an online publication focusing on sustainability solutions, ideas, technologies, tools, models, policies and trends in Asia. We hope to inspire and empower readers in Asia and around the world to share, participate and build Asiaâ€™s bright green future. [Website is now closed]
Waste is not Waste is an online business waste exchange for Singapore, and connects businesses and organisations that generate waste materials with those who want the materials, thus helping both parties save time and money while helping the environment. [Waste is not Waste is now a programme under the non-profit organisation, Zero Waste SG]
We initiated and manage these non-profit campaigns to advocate environmental causes that we believe in.
The Green Corridor is a campaign that serves to gather support for The Green Corridor and unite supporters, to show the government that there is public interest and support for the corridor, and to archive stories, photos and videos on the railway and the corridor.
Save Food Cut Waste is a ground-up movement educating individuals, businesses and organisations in Singapore about the environmental and social impacts of food waste, and encouraging everyone to take action in reducing food waste. [Save Food Cut Waste is now a programme under the non-profit organisation, Zero Waste SG]
mywaterbottle is a non-profit campaign to encourage more Singaporeans to use their own refillable water bottles, instead of buying or taking single-use bottled water. [Campaign has ended]
2 thoughts on “Resources”
This is Halley from Westcom Solutions â€“ introducing you our food waste to fertilizer machine.
We would like to work together with you, not only to recycle food waste, but also help with the recycling and environmental protection concept, towards sustainability.
Currently there are school, cafes, restaurants, using our 5kg food waste digester, which can digest up to 5kg of food waste and turn them into organic fertilizer within 24hours.
We also have bigger capacity machines which the hospitals and industrial buildings are currently using. (Daily capacity: 5kg to 2tonnes).
With the generated output of organic fertilizer, you can use it for landscaping or even re-sale them as they do have economic value.
We would like to work with you together with your tenants on sustainability.
NEA officially launched Zero Waste Master Plan on 30th Aug 2019, this Master Plan is mainly talking about food waste recycling. And our company, Westcom Solutions, is in this Master Plan Chapter 5.
I would like to arrange a meetup or video call session with your team and let you know more about how our machine works.
Do let me know which date is available for you and I will make the necessary arrangements for our meeting.
Dear Sir or Madam
Hope this email finds you well. I am Mardhiah, a teacher from Tanjong Katong Girlsâ€™ School. I would like to inquire. If there any program/speakers from greenfuture.sg who are able to give a talk involving youths/projects in ASEAN countries?
I saw a few projects on the website. Will there be anyone able to share experience working/projects with youth from other countries? (ASEAN scale)
The audience would be students from Secondary 1-3 (express streams).
Thank you for your time reading my email. I hope to hear from you soon. Thank you.