SGA FRAMEWORK

Part A – Greening Your Campus: Environmental Audit Questionnaire

  • Part A is an audit questionnaire that reviews a schools’ efforts and its initiatives within the campus, in relation to various environmental aspects. It is used to track schools’ environmental performance year-on-year.
  • Part A is assessed using a multiple-choice format which requires the provision of supporting details for selected questions.

 

Part B – Environmental Project 

  • Part B focuses on a student environmental project that aims to raise awareness about any environmental issue of their choice.
  • The project should be aligned to the SGA 2021 Theme: Be The Change and showcase students’ creativity in addressing their chosen environmental issue.
  • The project MUST address at least one of the 5 key pillars in the Singapore Green Plan 
    • City in Nature – Biodiversity and Greenery
    • Sustainable Living – Saving Resources
    • Energy Reset
    • Green Economy
    • Resilient Future

 

Schools can choose to submit their application based on:

    • Option 1: Share with us a project that you have completed previously or one that is currently ongoing. To be considered, previously completed projects should only be from June 2019 – July 2021. Tell us what you did, how the project was done and how it helped to address any of the 5 Pillars of the Green Plan 2030.
    • Option 2: Plan and Propose a project based on any of the 5 Pillars of the Green Plan 2030. Your proposed plan should include a clear description of how the campaign would address the problem, and the expected outcomes etc.

 

  • Through this component, participating green teams will develop vital skills such as project management, time management, creativity, problem-solving and communication skills while gaining a deeper knowledge of the environment.

 

 The assessment criteria for Part B is as follows:

CriteriaDetails
Idea/Problem
(Project Definition)
  • Description of a problem or idea identified based on the this year’s theme.
  • Demonstration of knowledge and understanding of the chosen topic.
  • Choice of topic and how unique or in-depth the identified problem is.
  • The depth of research conducted to better understand the extent of the problem.
Campaign/Solution (Planned Execution)
  • Description of how the campaign would address the problem.
  • Documents key findings, main highlights and resources that will be used.
  • Creativity, innovation and platforms that will be used to carry out the campaign
Results 
  • Description of effectiveness and expected outcome from the project.
  • Explanation of how the project would create a positive environmental impact.
  • Identify any possible future improvements to make.

This section will be based on the project outcome or expected results depending on the chosen option.

 

Other useful resources: Carbon Footprint For Utilities in Singapore Calculation

Need further clarification? Refer to the FAQs or contact us at sga@sec.org.sg