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What we're doing about it

Youths care deeply about societal issues and the future of our country. These issues will impact ourselves and the people around us. Learn more about what fellow youths are doing below. Do your part to join the conversation and take action.

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Government Initiatives

NewFood: providing fresh fruits to foreign workers

YAC S2 project that aims to reduce food waste

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Youth Action

Cloop: they aim to close the fashion loop

YAC S1 project that aims to reduce fashion overconsumption and waste

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Youth Action

I tried making my habits more eco-friendly

For a week, like refusing dabao plastics - by TSL

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Government Initiatives

SFA to pump $23 million into R&D

To boost food security with local production with '30x30' goal

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Government Initiatives

Singapore launches new charging model for plastics

Use of disposable carrier bags in supermarkets will be charged

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Government Initiatives

Human x Nature Exhibition: Environmental Histories of Singapore

Find out the history of Singapore's natural environment and its legacy

Issue in Spotlight

Environment & Sustainability


Why This Matters

As the third most important social issue among youth, over 2 in 5 youths are concerned about Global Warming and Environmental Issues¹. Over 7.23 million tonnes of waste was generated in 2019 here in Singapore, of which only 4.25 million tonnes was recycled², and youths are taking action to tackle this issue. Over 1 in 2 youths have participated in environmental conservation efforts, such as recycling, in the past year³. This has doubled from 1 in 4 youths in 2016.

Our Vision

We want to address climate change and have a clean and eco- friendly city to live in – for us and generations to come.

Explore Resources

Youth Nature Explorer
Selection of landscape, horticulture and ecology activites for youth Learn more
A one-stop calendar listing environmental events and activities in Singapore Learn more
Green Nudge
Activities, talks and other resources to build sustainable habits and practices Learn more
  • 1 National Youth Survey 2019
  • 2 NEA Waste Statistics and Overall Recycling
  • 3 National Youth Survey 2016 and 2019