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Are you a passionate photographer, looking for a good cause? … AGS is asking for photo submissions for a new project that will raise funds for good causes! So dust off your camera and get snapping!

Latest Articles

Articles: SeaBins Promote Recycling Awareness!
Your rubbish doesn't always end up where you think! Look out for the SeaBins in central Singapore … and see what really happens when you throw things away!
Articles: Dolphins love freedom – awareness through public art
AGS is proud to support a unique event this weekend; “Dolphins Love Freedom – Singapore Dolphin Art Attack”.
Articles: AGS plans ahead for 2011
AGS is building up an exciting calendar of events for 2011 so we hope you can get involved with a project you're passionate about… find out more and start planning how to help today!
Articles: AGS opens eShop to raise funds for projects
AGS has created a number of items for sale in the ASIAN Geographic eShop so that supporters can help fund the various projects and causes. Items either fund AGS as a whole or contribute to specific causes. All the details are shown on the product display so click here to go shopping for a good cause!
Articles: The Asian Large and Small Animal Crisis
The climate crisis and lately the failed climate summit in Copenhagen have been making the headlines of newspapers around Asia and the world; however, we have forgotten another crisis: the animal crisis.
Articles: Rice Research Fund Opens In Singapore
On 25 November, International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) held its official launch of an international charitable organisation at the Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore – IRRI Fund Singapore – to support research into securing the supply of rice, rice genetic and climate change.
Articles: Sensational Seas Two DVD Out Now
The Carrow Foundation provided funding and proceeds will directly benefit REEF (Reef Environmental Education Foundation), Beneath the Sea’s Ocean Pals Program, and the ASIAN Geographic Society’s Anti Shark Finning campaign.
Articles: The Ganges Gets Too Salty?
The low-lying areas of eastern India are in danger from rising sea levels. This is causing saltwater to flow into India’s biggest river and threaten its ecosystems.
Articles: Drought Deprives Millions of Drinking Water
Approximately 4.4 million people and 2.1 million cattle were starved of drinking water as severe drought hit northern China in early February.
Articles: Inspiring a Greener Future
Qi Global brought six inspiring individuals to share the work they do for social and environmental progress in Asia.
Articles: World's First Shark Sanctuary
UNITED NATIONS – The tiny Pacific nation of Palau is creating the world's first shark sanctuary, a biological hotspot to protect great hammerheads, leopard sharks, oceanic whitetip sharks and more than 130 other species fighting extinction in the Pacific Ocean.
Articles: Responds to Multiple Disasters in Asia
UNFPA – Following the recent series of natural disasters in Asia and the Pacific, UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, is providing humanitarian assistance in affected countries throughout the region. As part of the coordinated United Nations response and working through local partners, the Fund is primarily addressing reproductive health needs, particularly those of displaced pregnant women.
Articles: Sharks – From Predator to Prey
100 million sharks are killed every year with 64 million killed solely for their fins. This cruel and unreasonable massacre is pushing the great fish to the very edge of extinction – threatening to empty our oceans and destroy marine ecosystems.