An upcoming Cross Island MRT Line is slated to pass beneath MacRitchie forest in Singapore’s Central Catchment Nature Reserve, under some of our most pristine ecosystems, such as old regrowth and century-old primary forests. This isn’t right.

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Cover video: Love Our MacRitchie Forest Official Music Video. Watch it with audio here.

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We conduct free guided “Love MacRitchie” walks monthly, to explore MacRitchie’s rich biodiversity.

Upcoming:
March 23
April 14
May 5
June 8
More next quarter – watch this space!

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EIA discussed in Parliament – what it means for Love MacRitchie

Recently, Second Minister for the Ministry of National Development Desmond Lee gave a speech at the Committee of Supply Debate, touching on issues of resilience in our country. Read the full speech here. On the topic of climate resilience, Minister Lee’s statement on the conduct of Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) stands as particularly relevant to …

Open for registration – Love MacRitchie Walk with Herpetological​ Society of Singapore on 23 March 2019 (Sat)

We’ve invited friends from the Herpetological Society of Singapore to do a special walk for our MacRitchie Forest this month. The walk is now open for registration! Come join us and learn about the conservation issues surrounding the proposed Cross Island MRT Line (CRL) through the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. The forest trail from Venus Drive …

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