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In March, heavy rain resulted in flash floods in several areas, from Jurong to Punggol. A couple months later, we recorded our hottest day in May, at over 36°C!

Such erratic weather is a sign of the climate crisis. Help build a more climate-resilient Singapore today!

Today’s weather:

ERRATIC!

In March, heavy rain resulted in flash floods in several areas, from Jurong to Punggol. A couple months later, we recorded our hottest day in May, at over 36°C!

Such erratic weather is a sign of the climate crisis. Help build a more climate-resilient Singapore today!

NOW WHAT? 🤔

Human activities release more than a billion tons of CO₂; that’s like wrapping our planet with a thick blanket. The climate crisis affects us and puts our forest and marine ecosystems at risk.

 

Help us plant trees to beat the heat, and restore the corals we have lost.

NOW WHAT? 🤔

Human activities release more than a billion tons of CO₂; that’s like wrapping our planet with a thick blanket. The climate crisis affects us and puts our forest and marine ecosystems at risk.

 

Help us plant trees to beat the heat, and restore the corals we have lost.

Make a Donation

Fund our tree planting and coral restoration efforts and receive 250% tax deduction*!

 

$88 can fund materials and tools essential to train manpower for tree planting and coral restoration activities.


Make a Donation

Fund our tree planting and coral restoration efforts and receive 250% tax deduction*!

 

$288 can support the nurturing of tree seedlings and a baby coral to be transported to restoration sites in Singapore.


Make a Donation

Fund our tree planting and coral restoration efforts and receive 250% tax deduction*!

 

$488 can co-fund the planting of trees and support the setting up of one reef nursery table at a nursery site in Singapore’s Southern Islands.


Make a Donation

Fund our tree planting and coral restoration efforts and receive 250% tax deduction*!

 

$888 can co-fund the planting of trees and transplantation of nurtured corals to restoration sites at Southern Islands.


Make a Donation

Fund our tree planting and coral restoration efforts and receive 250% tax deduction*!

 

Any amount will help us work towards a climate-resilient Singapore! How much would you like to contribute today?


Select an amount to donate and help fight the climate crisis.
Example: +65 91234567
Input your address and unit number, followed by city and state (if applicable)
To qualify for tax deduction, please ensure your first name and last name above matches the legal name in your NRIC/FIN.
Input your payment card details here

*Tax deduction rules will follow the latest tax policies published by IRAS. Donations will go toward WWF-Singapore Conservation Fund, to fund local conservation initiatives including tree planting and coral restoration.

How we're achieving a climate-resilient future…

Witness our work in action
Trees planted in buffer parks will expand habitats of wildlife like Sunda Pangolins, Malayan Colugos, Palm Civets, and serve as wildlife corridors—improving ecological connectivity and ecosystem health.
© WWF-Singapore
Not only do trees provide shade and windbreak, trees help in soil conservation and erosion control, water purification, all while absorbing carbon, regulating climate and maintaining forest biodiversity.
© Joshua Tsu / Unsplash
Marine “heat wave” episodes have triggered several mass bleaching events on Singapore’s coral reefs.
© Crystle Wee
With WWF-Singapore's support, NUS Tropical Marine Science Institute is piloting the planting and restoration of corals at reefs that receive limited light in Singapore’s Southern Islands!
© Crystle Wee
WWF-Singapore staff sharing about coral restoration efforts at St. John’s Island. We aim to collaborate with NParks and NUS to build on past and existing restoration efforts, and raise awareness on coral restoration and conservation through activities such as citizen science programmes.
© WWF-Singapore
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While some of us are used to the erratic weather, the climate crisis doesn’t just stop here.

 

As a small, low-lying city-state, Singapore is vulnerable to the climate crisis, worsened by our urban lifestyle.

Find out more about the following threats we’re facing!

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Be invited to our donor-exclusive events when you make a donation today!

 

Every amount counts towards our tree-planting and coral restoration efforts.

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Make a Donation

Fund our tree planting and coral restoration efforts and receive 250% tax deduction*!

 

$88 can fund materials and tools essential to train manpower for tree planting and coral restoration activities.


Make a Donation

Fund our tree planting and coral restoration efforts and receive 250% tax deduction*!

 

$288 can support the nurturing of tree seedlings and a baby coral to be transported to restoration sites in Singapore.


Make a Donation

Fund our tree planting and coral restoration efforts and receive 250% tax deduction*!

 

$488 can co-fund the planting of trees and support the setting up of one reef nursery table at a nursery site in Singapore’s Southern Islands.


Make a Donation

Fund our tree planting and coral restoration efforts and receive 250% tax deduction*!

 

$888 can co-fund the planting of trees and transplantation of nurtured corals to restoration sites at Southern Islands.


Make a Donation

Fund our tree planting and coral restoration efforts and receive 250% tax deduction*!

 

Any amount will help us work towards a climate-resilient Singapore! How much would you like to contribute today?


Select an amount to donate and help fight the climate crisis.
Example: +65 91234567
Input your address and unit number, followed by city and state (if applicable)
To qualify for tax deduction, please ensure your first name and last name above matches the legal name in your NRIC/FIN.
Input your payment card details here

*Tax deduction rules will follow the latest tax policies published by IRAS. Donations will go toward WWF-Singapore Conservation Fund, to fund local conservation initiatives including tree planting and coral restoration.

SEA LEVEL RISE

Can you imagine waddling through mud and water to get home? Yikes.

 

By 2100, Singapore’s sea levels are projected to rise up to 1m. This means East Coast Park and Changi Beach Park could be flooded and our transport networks could be affected!

 

Given Singapore’s increased vulnerability to coastal flooding and extreme high tides, sea levels could go up as high as 5m if we don’t act now!

BIODIVERSITY LOSS

Singapore is a haven for rich biodiversity despite our small land mass. Our lush green cover and warm tropical climate is home to about 28,000 wildlife species and over 2,100 native plants! We also have species that are found nowhere else in the world, like the Singapore Freshwater Crab!

 

You might not have seen them, but our biodiversity is now at risk with rising temperatures altering our natural processes. They might be gone soon enough if we don’t act now.

FOOD SECURITY

As a food paradise that imports more than 90% of our food supply, Singapore’s favourite dishes could be at stake due to extreme weather events.


Recently, heat waves in India parched its fields, resulting in an export ban on wheat and flour. A popular Indian eatery is now considering to stop selling its popular chapati dish, while others are expected to raise prices.


Can you go on without your favourite food?

WATER SECURITY

As a nation with very limited water supply, we work hard to “make every drop count”. However, dry weather can affect the reliability of our water supply, challenging the way we manage our water resources.


The climate crisis has now heightened our need to enhance our water security. In 2016, a prolonged dry spell resulted in our reservoirs being less than 20% filled—posing a real risk to our water supply.