Business Associations and Groups


Singapore Green Landscape 2016

17 business associations and groups with objectives or initiatives related to the environment

Sustainable development in Singapore

Business Council for Sustainable Development Singapore

The Business Council for Sustainable Development Singapore is a CEO-led business association of forward-thinking companies that aims at galvanizing the business community in Singapore to create a sustainable future for business, society and the environment.

Environmental Management Association of Singapore

The Environmental Management Association of Singapore (EMAS) was established by service providers in contract cleaning, waste management and pest control industries. Its aims are to provide a cohesive platform for companies to raise the professionalism of the industry and to address the common concerns of environmental and hygienic services.

Global Compact Network Singapore

The Global Compact Network Singapore is a national society committed to bringing the CSR movement forward. Its key mission is to broaden the base for collaboration, by developing coordinated and effective strategies to promote CSR, and enhancing corporate practices through ongoing dialogues, training, collaboration and practical project implementation in Singapore.

Green Freight Asia

Green Freight Asia is a non-profit organisation with members mainly from manufacturers and logistics companies. Its key objective is to help lower fuel consumption across Asia-Pacific sourced freight movement and reduce carbon emissions, and lower shipping costs across the entire supply chain.

Kranji Countryside Association

The Kranji Countryside Association (KCA) was conceived by a group of visionary farmers wanting to raise awareness about Singapore’s rural north-western corner. KCA’s objectives are to promote local agriculture and food production, eco-tourism, education, recreation and conservation.

Packaging Council of Singapore

The Packaging Council of Singapore (PCS) serves as a catalyst in driving packaging innovation and creativity in global health and environmental issues.

Sharing Economy Association (Singapore)

The Sharing Economy Association (Singapore) aims to connect companies and organisations involved in the Sharing Economy in Singapore, develop a vibrant and viable industry, help members address challenges and explore opportunities, and raise public awareness on the Sharing Economy.

Sharing Economy Association launch event

Singapore Fuel Cell Community

The Singapore Fuel Cell Community (FCC), initiated by the Economic Development Board and hosted by Temasek Polytechnic, is part of the government‟s plan for a fuel cell industry hub that will position Singapore as a place for innovations in fuel cell technology and applications. FCC brings together leading industry partners, technopreneurs and start-ups, and offers a wide spectrum of support and services.

Singapore Furniture Industries Council

The Singapore Furniture Industries Council (SFIC) is the official representative body of Singapore‟s furniture industry. SFIC organises the annual Green Pavilion during the International Furniture Fair Singapore, publishes the green e-book to promote best practices in sustainability among companies, and form working relationships with experts in the green industry to promote green issues to Singapore companies and encourage them to adopt green certifications.

Singapore Green Building Council

The Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) is the only non-profit organisation with a concerted private-public sector partnership to achieve a world-class and sustainable built-environment in Singapore. Its key role is to advocate green building design, practices and technologies and drive environmental sustainability in the building and construction industry.

Singapore Green Building Products certification scheme

Singapore High Technology Association

The Singapore High Technology Association (SHTA) wants to help establish Singapore as the world‟s most attractive hub to operate and expand high technology businesses in four key industries: Life Sciences, Environmental Engineering, Renewable Energy and Aerospace.

Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation Green IT Chapter

The Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF) Green IT Chapter aims to raise awareness in the industry in adopting environmentally conscious best practices. It seeks the conscientious efforts from member organisations and stakeholders to spearhead or drive green efforts.

Singapore Pest Management Association

The Singapore Pest Management Association (SPMA) is the trade body that represents the pest management industry in Singapore.

Singapore Water Association

The Singapore Water Association aspires to play a role in efforts to profile and promote Singapore as a one-stop centre for all water-related services and water technology hub.

Sustainable Development Business Group

The Sustainable Development Business Group (SDBG) is a business group under the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) for companies interested in pursuing sustainable business practices and commercialising clean, efficient and green solutions to further their interests.

Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore

The Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) aims to facilitate the business of its member companies, and thus developing Singapore as the regional centre for the promotion of energy efficiency technologies and services, showcasing of renewable energy technologies, carbon asset management and trading as well as clean energy finance.

Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore

The Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS) aims to professionalise and develop a leading waste management and recycling industry in Asia.

Contents

Singapore Green Landscape 2016 - Key Reports
Singapore Green Landscape 2016 - NGOs and Non-Profits
Singapore Green Landscape 2016 - Green Groups
Singapore Green Landscape 2016 - Business Associations and Groups
Singapore Green Landscape 2016 - Green Websites
Singapore Green Landscape 2016 - Government Agencies
Singapore Green Landscape 2016 - Institutes and Centres