Our engagement and education initiatives aim to inform the public, inspire actions, and build a local and regional base of highly educated Earth and environmental scientists. Our projects vary in depth, scope, and focus, to support the work of the Observatory's scientists and deepen relationships with local and regional partners.

We work with the media, museums, local communities, regional NGOs, and other groups to communicate our science and co-create engagement activities. Our range of products and activities includes online educational resources such as graphics, videos, blog posts, FAQs, podcasts, and other learning opportunities such as exhibitions and games.

The Community Engagement Office connects with a broad audience on geohazards and climate change to promote a safer and more sustainable future.

Community Projects

Our outreach and education initiatives aim to connect with a broader audience, developing deeper relationships with both scientific and non-scientific communities worldwide as we build public awareness of geohazards research.

read more

Earth Science FAQs

We’ve collected dozens of Frequently Asked Questions on everything from Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Tsunamis, to Climate Change and Continental Drift. Scan through the answers to these fascinating questions—all provided by our own Observatory scientists—and get a peek into some of the ways the world works.

read more

Multimedia

Resources include animated GIFs for sea level topics, tectonic illustrations, videos, software and scientific data.

read more

Resources for Schools and Educators

Observatory scientists are keen on engaging the students in current issues such as sea-level rise and climate change, or even sharing their knowledge on the geology of Singapore through talks or assemblies.

read more

Community Engagement Office

Pavel ADAMEK

Pavel ADAMEK

Language and Communication Specialist

Lauriane CHARDOT

Lauriane CHARDOT

Manager, Community Engagement

HAN Suling Cheryl

HAN Suling Cheryl

Digital Communications Specialist

Yvonne SOON Yee Vun

Yvonne SOON Yee Vun

Database and Outreach Manager

Jay WONG Cai Jie

Jay WONG Cai Jie

Project Officer

Elizabeth WONG Chor Yee

Elizabeth WONG Chor Yee

Special Events Associate/Executive Assistant

Blog

Subscribe to the EOS Newsletter

Stay in touch with the latest news, events, research, and publications from the Earth Observatory of Singapore.

Email is required

Email is wrong format

You Can Make a Difference

Partner with us to make an impact and create safer, more sustainable societies throughout Southeast Asia.
Make A Gift