In spite of our size, Singapore is rich in biodiversity and wildlife. We are home to a wide variety of local flora and fauna. Preserving Singapore’s evergreen city scape, as a leading example of an environmentally conscious city in the region, paves the way for the region.
Not only that, Wildlife and biodiversity are key pillars of WWF’s work. WWF-Singapore is dedicated to protecting and ensuring our natural capital only improves for generations to come.
The nature and biodiversity in Southeast Asia holds the key to ensuring a future for everyone – and the only way we can truly ensure that, is together.
Illegal Wildlife Trade is the second largest threat to global biodiversity, after deforestation.
Everything leads to our planet’s waters, it is a source of sustenance and livelihood. Both wildlife and people depend on our seas, and it’s our job to protect it.
Forest conservation and restoration are examples of nature-based solutions that can address challenges like the climate crisis.