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WWF-Singapore's Young Reporter for the Environment Programme

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In collaboration with World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF Singapore), Scouts are invited to be a part of the WWF Young Reporter for the Environment (YRE) programme. The programme seeks to recognise good journalistic and broadcasting abilities on current environmental issue. It hopes to allow Scouts to play their part for the environment by promoting outreach through acquired knowledge and skills.

Young Reporter for the Environment

Participants will be involved in a 4-steps process similar to the Messenger of Peace programme.


Step 1: Investigate / Inspire

There will be an introduction session for all participants in April 2019. This session will led by a subject matter expert from WWF and seeks to inspire the participants and provide them with ideas and materials for the step.


Step 2: Research & Solution / Learn & Decide

Participants will continue collaboration with the subject matter expert and will work on their project. They will be provided assistance in terms of resource and material along with training session to help them in his way of learning and doing the task.


Step 3: Do / Report

Participants will be then executing the project, monitor its results and pen its findings down through a report base on one of the following format:

– Article Report1

– Photograph Report2

– Video Report3


Step 4: Disseminate / Share

The final product will serve as the report for the Messenger of Peace programme. All the submission to the programme will automatically be created as an entry to the WWF National Competition, and winning entries will be sent to International Young Reporter for the Environment competition as well.

Important Notes on Submission

1 - Article Report

2 - Photograph Report

3 - Video Report


Criteria Satisfaction

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Registration is now closed. Please stay tuned for more updates and programmes!

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