About Campaign

ends 31 Mar 2022, 11:59 PM
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. The program introduces our local flora and fauna and the environmental challenges they face. By showing them the impact that we as humans have on nature in our everyday lives we can also help them to understand our role in protecting nature. Through this program, students will develop skills in problem-solving, decision-making, awareness of biodiversity, and the conservation actions already being taken to protect it. Students participating in the program will have the opportunity to explore nature in Singapore and the surrounding islands with hands-on experience of conservation methods.

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.

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About the Charity

PEOPLE NEED NATURE TO THRIVE - Conservation International Singapore Conservation Trust (CSCT) envisions a vibrant, resilient, and sustainable Singapore for generations to come and aims to empower the community to care for and value nature's benefit to people.

CSCT's work focuses on environmental education, internships, youth and community engagement, conservation science and research. We partner with the private and civil sectors to encourage environmental responsibility and sustainability through innovative conservation solutions such as natural climate solutions.

Our Environmental Education Program takes the local to global approach, where youth learn about conservation science and sustainability in an urban environment while connecting with Singapore's natural heritage. The knowledge and skills imparted through school talks, outdoor education and mentorship programs, and fun virtual learning videos help shape behaviors and empower youths to consider their impact on the environment.

We work closely with local tertiary institutions to provide students with opportunities to take up paid internships or carry out field research and conservation activities with Conservation International offices across the Asia-Pacific region.

Conservation International Singapore Conservation Trust is an organization approved by the Commissioner of Charities bearing the Institution of Public Character (IPC) status.


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