Singapore Environmental Achievement Awards
The Singapore Environmental Achievement Awards (SEAA) is one of the most prestigious environmental awards in Singapore and the region. It recognises overall environmental stewardship by organisations. It is in support of the Sustainable Singapore Movement, which seeks to rally and inspire everyone to do their part and take action towards environmental initiatives.
Since its inception, 111 awards have been given out to organisations of different industries. Companies that are recognised by the SEAA join an elite pool of organisations from the region that have affirmed their commitment to environmental excellence and protection of the natural environment. For more information on SEAA, please visit www.sec.org.sg/seaa.
SEC-StarHub School Green Awards
The SEC-StarHub School Green Awards (SGA) is a self-audited voluntary environmental programme. It serves as a platform for students to develop and showcase their environmental efforts, through customised activities which will help them gain a better understanding of the environment.
Every year, submissions come from preschools, primary schools, secondary schools, junior colleges, international schools, schools for students with special needs and institutes of higher learning. SGA also receives submissions from schools overseas. As the title sponsor of SGA for the fourth year, StarHub Limited aims to further environmental outreach efforts to all schools across Singapore. For more information on SGA, please visit www.sec.org.sg/sga.
Asian Environmental Journalism Awards
The Asian Environmental Journalism Awards (AEJA) aims to recognise and reward excellence in environmental journalism at all levels of society.
From passionate citizen journalists to outstanding professional journalists, to the environmental attitudes of overall media organisations, AEJA highlights exceptional journalistic work, and encourages continued high-quality coverage of environmental issues in Asia. For more information on AEJA, please visit www.sec.org.sg/aeja.