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Discover the different shades of green in Singapore, and how they support our native biodiversity and provide ecological connectivity in our City in Nature.





In this issue, we are giving away three sets of shopper bags – each set comprises two bags in different orchid prints.

Contest Jan 2022


As we look forward to what the new year brings, it is good to reflect on and appreciate what we currently enjoy.

For one, we can be thankful for Singapore’s greenery, the result of many decades of hard work, allowing us to work, live and play in a comfortable urban environment. Another would be the rich biodiversity in our City in Nature, where we can glimpse unusual looking fruits and unique habitats here, thanks to careful conservation plans that safeguard Singapore’s natural heritage.

However, these are threatened by climate change, which Singapore is currently tackling through the Singapore Green Plan 2030, of which NParks’ City in Nature vision is a key part. Going green, such as by planting more trees, is one way to address the impacts of climate change.

As such, we need to work together to fight against climate change. For this new year, how about resolving to take steps to nurture nature? Get useful ideas and greater insights through our NParks Buzz microsite and NParksSG YouTube channel. For your dose of fun, you can always check out our TikTok channel and our list of cool activities to do at home.


  • Felix Siew

Conservation Consultant

  • Shin Koh

Gardening Consultant

  • Dr Wilson Wong


  • Charlyn Ng
  • Reuben Lim
  • Victoria Cheong