Singapore Zoo and its sister wildlife parks run by the Wildlife Reserves Singapore (i.e. Jurong Bird Park, River Safari and Night Safari) have long been recognized as pioneers of a new world of ethical open-range wildlife parks that are deeply committed to ensuring the long-term survival of the Earth’s biodiversity. Not only are the animals extremely well treated (they even have their own personal nutritionist!) but their breeding and local and regional conservation programs for endangered species have boasted impressive results. Although there is no better place for wildlife than in the wild, well-run wildlife parks, such as those run by the Wildlife Reserves Singapore, play an integral part in ensuring the survival of endangered species that are becoming increasingly under threat due to habitat loss and climate change. The four parks promote a consistent message of conservation and education, with a focus on educating visitors on current threats to species, particularly the threat of climate change and the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling to help mitigate this change. Even the fine details of the parks are tuned into this message of proactive sustainability with the park offering ample water refilling stations and utilizing limited disposable food service items across the on-site restaurants.