The Office of Environmental Sustainability works with students and staff from various bodies within NUS to carry out sustainability projects and initiatives.
A group of nature lovers from the Bachelor of Environmental Studies (BES) programme who have come together to manage guided nature walks open to everyone and anyone.
A non-profit organization, part of a global movement that is driven by a passion for clean technology, sustainable development, the environment, and a desire to invoke change through their actions.
A representative student body for all Environmental Science & Engineering students from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
A student environmental group based in Eusoff Hall.
A student group in Yale-NUS College that aims to promote a culture of environmental responsibility at Yale-NUS.
A student environmental group based in Kent Ridge Hall.
A student environmental group based in King Edward VII Hall.
A student group at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP) that aims to provide an intellectual interaction platform for energy policies and industry trends for LKYSPP students, faculty, alumni and external experts.
A student initiative at UTown Residence that redistributes to incoming residents used items collected from outgoing residents.
A student environmental group based in Raffles Hall
The main environmental student organization in NUS at the forefront of promoting environmental awareness, activism, stewardship and initiating impactful environmental programmes in the university campus and beyond to fight climate change.
A student environmental group based in Temasek Hall.
A student-initiated special project that started in 2014 in Tembusu College to help the College fulfil its goal of contributing towards the conservation of animals and the environment.
Volunteers with the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum.
NUS is a member of various networks that aim to promote and/or coordinate sustainability related work among their members.
The TICE was set up to allow tertiary institutions in Singapore to collaborate as well as compete in environmental projects.
The IARU is a network of 11 international research-intensive universities across the globe which share similar values, a global vision and a commitment to educating future world leaders.
The ISCN is a global forum to support leading colleges, universities, and corporate campuses in the exchange of information, ideas, and best practices for achieving sustainable campus operations and integrating sustainability in research and teaching. It comprises of more than 70 schools from more than 20 countries in 6 continents. NUS is one of seven schools that co-host the ISCN. As a co-host member university, NUS is represented in the ISCN Board, which decides on ISCN's overall strategy, organisational development and operational issues.
The GULF is a group of CEOs from 25 top world universities. It was established in 2006 to foster collaboration in areas of global policy importance and to assist in shaping the World Economic Forum's agenda.