Green technology describes technology that is less environmentally harmful based on its supply chain, production process, or embodied energy. There are many benefits to adopting green technology, such as long-run cost reductions. Given our increasing reliance on technology and significant environmental impacts, green technology is an increasingly important area.
Unfortunately, there are no social enterprises or NGOs working on green technology in Singapore. Perhaps you’d like to start one? To get you on your way, click here to see the list of all selected environmental organisations in Singapore.
The Environmental Challenge Organisation (Singapore) promotes and supports youth engagement in sustainability and environmental decision-making by creating environmental leadership opportunities for Singaporean youth.
Team Seagrass contributes to the understanding of the world's seagrasses as indicators of marine ecosystem health.
Our Singapore Reefs aims to improve health of Singapore's coral reefs through regular outreach events and marine cleanup excursions.
NUS SAVE (Students Against Violation of the Earth) works with the students and staff of NUS to advocate for NUS to be a model for sustainability and action against climate change.
Up2Degrees aims to get businesses, institutions and individuals to raise their air-conditioner temperatures by 2 degrees Celsius as a means to promote individual responsibility and awareness towards the issue of climate change.
The local chapter of the Jane Goodall Institute in Singapore aims to promote environmental education and conservation among youth and community members.
Foodscape is a collective that connects people across our local foodscape, empower individuals with skills and knowledge, and support projects / initiatives that make for a more compassionate food system that is good for our environment and people.
Cicada Tree Eco-Place promotes the natural and cultural heritage of Singapore through environmental education and eco-living. It aims to build and enhance the capacity of teachers in nature education, and enhance community development through service-learning projects.
Singapore has been named as one of the top ten major hubs for the illegal wildlife trade globally. ACRES (Animal Concerns Research and Education Society) aims to tackle the illegal wildlife trade and promote greater public awareness of animal welfare issues.
GUI aims to build up the Kampung Kampus to showcase best practices in sustainable living for Singapore, and nurture a conscious community with hearts, minds and hands focused on a humane and sustainable future.