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Community in Nature Initiative

The Community in Nature (CIN) initiative is a national movement to connect and engage different groups in the community to conserve Singapore’s natural heritage. Launched in September 2011, this initiative is aligned with NParks’ City in a Garden vision and Singapore’s National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan. CIN brings together all of NParks’ nature-related events, activities and programmes, to better reach out to the community to encourage them to bond over and with nature. One can take things at their own pace yet have the chance to grow from being a casual observer to become a more active participant in acting for our biodiversity.

 

Objectives

  • To connect, educate and inspire diverse communities to actively conserve and celebrate our natural heritage.
  • To nurture and form partnerships to achieve better biodiversity and social outcomes.
 Community in Nature - Festival of Biodiversity  Community in Nature - Nature Keeper Programme
A volunteer showcases the products of rattan - its fruits and a woven ball used in sepak takraw - at the Festival of Biodiversity 2014.

Young students learn about our rich natural heritage in the Nature Keeper Programme.

 

Our partners

Biodiversity conservation involves many stakeholders. Our engagement with the community includes:

  • Educational and research institutions
  • Families
  • Corporations and companies
  • Non-governmental organisations
  • Other agencies
  • Passionate individuals

 

 Community in Nature - Greening Schools for Biodiversity  Community in Nature - Ubin Day
Students conduct a survey of the flora and fauna in their school grounds as part of the Greening Schools for Biodiversity programme.

Families learn about Pulau Ubin’s heritage at a CIN family event held together with Ubin Day 2014.

 

Learn how you can be a responsible park user to help conserve our biodiversity here.

To find out more, send us an email at CIN@nparks.gov.sg.
Last updated on 02 May 2017

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