|Mangrove Restoration Workshop on Pulau Ubin!|
One of the activities by the marine community for IYOR 2018.
What is Celebrating Singapore Shores?
It is a community platform that brings together the Singapore marine community. This community-driven initiative brings together partners such as government agencies, NGOs, non-for- profit interest groups, academics, private organisations, and civil society. As we join in the celebrations of International Year of the Reef 2018 and hopefully, the years beyond.
This platform is to celebrate all our shores: from mangroves to seagrasses, rocky shores to reefs, even our living artificial shores!
All are welcome to join in!
Through articles on this blog and related channels, we hope to inspire everyone to CONNECT, RESPECT and PROTECT Singapore's shores!
What are some of the activities planned?
One key activity will be the Singapore Blue Plan 2018, drawn up by science and expert contributors, as well as stakeholders, for submission to government in the third quarter of 2018.
The community will also offer lots of events to celebrate our shores!
There will be fun activities for everyone to appreciate Singapore's shores.
As well as activities to start conversations about and take action for our shores.
Want to write a story about Singapore shores?
Yes, please! Here's some high res photos for your free download to use.
Our growing community
Thank you for your support!
AQUA Talks by Aquatica Asia, Aquamundo Singapore, and Wala Wala Cafe Bar
Asian School of the Environment, NTU
Cicada Tree Eco-Place
Conservation International Singapore
Earth Observatory Singapore
Friends of Marine Park
Herpetological Society of Singapore
The Leafmonkey Workshop
Lepak In SG
Little Day Out
Little Green Men
Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
Naked Hermit Crabs
National Parks Board
National Youth Council
National Research Foundation
NUS Bachelors of Environmental Studies (BES)
Our Singapore Reefs
Project Blue Wave
The National University of Singapore
Restore Ubin Mangroves (R.U.M.) Initiative
Singapore Maritime Gallery
Singapore Sustainability Academy
St John's Island National Marine Laboratory
Wild Drawings - Check out their Seas & Shores Gallery for local marine wildlife!