The Singapore Environment Council (SEC) recently released this light-hearted video on water conservation. Please have a look, and share it if you like it! Image courtesy of SEC
If you don’t already know about Food Bank Singapore, this is an organisation which collects safe for consumption canned and packaged food which is unwanted or close to its use-by date, and redistributed to those who need it. This helps underprivileged individuals and families and reduces food waste. City Square Mall is one of Food Bank … Continue reading
Registrations are now open for the Sustainability Mentorship Programme 2015! Calling on 19-35 year olds keen on sustainability leadership and becoming sustainability champions. Registrations close on the 22 December, details below!
Ubin Day 2014 is as soon as next Sunday, 30 November, so make sure you mark it on your calendar because Ubin Day has something for everyone and every family! There are many activities, including wildlife watching, marine education, mangrove kayaking, a national heritage cycling tour, coastal clean up, free guided nature walk, fly fishing demonstrations, … Continue reading
Green Drinks 2014 Year-end Event: What’s the latest with climate change, and how is it affecting you?
Green Drinks 2014 Year-end Event: What’s the latest with climate change, and how is it affecting you? In this year-end wrap-up event, the Green Drinks crew is proud to present a double-up bill of climate know-how. With our global climate already in rapid flux, find out what these changes mean for you in Southeast Asia, … Continue reading
The Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA) is holding an exhibition on the haze from Friday, 7 November. Titled Haze: Know it. Stop it., the event runs for three days, see below for more information. This will three days interactive exhibition from 7 to 9 November, 2014, 10am to 10pm, at VivoCity’s South Avenue (in … Continue reading
The National Environment Agency (NEA) has organised another Clean & Green Hackathon, this time the themes include minimising food and plastic waste, and ways of improving our hawker centres. More details below! Be sure to sign up! Whether you’re an environmental expert or social historian, a developer or designer, policymaker or marketer. This is the … Continue reading
In early October, the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources (MEWR) launched a contest calling for photo submissions of people doing environmental actions. Have you submitted your entry yet? If you’ve just heard of it, find out more below! Show us how you protect the environment through a selfie/photo and submit it at http://bitly.com/EcoFaceOn, or … Continue reading
The Singapore Environment Council (SEC) recently revealed this new video highlighting food waste in Singapore. More details below. Singapore generated almost 800,000 tonnes of food waste last year. This means that if we had to load last year’s food waste into planes, we would need 1,420 Airbus A-380s to fit 796,000 tonnes of food waste. … Continue reading
Join us this month as we explore the sharing economy in Singapore – how it works, its progress and challenges here. Our speakers include Eugene Tay of the Sharing Economy Association (Singapore), Fenni Wang and Swito Yuber of Rent Tycoons, and Moh Hon Meng of BlockPooling. We’d like to thank BBX for sponsoring finger food … Continue reading
Green Drinks has just launched Organic October, a month of celebrating healthy living and encouraging Singapore residents to reduce their toxic load by choosing organic products for personal wellbeing and health of the planet. Organic October runs alongside Breast Cancer Awareness month to further highlight the dangers of toxins in the environment, and retailers of organic … Continue reading
350 Singapore is organising a movie screening called Disruption. Disruption is a new, fast-paced cinematic journey through the wild world of climate change: the science, the politics, the solutions, and the stories that define this crisis at this pivotal point in human history. The movie is about an hour long, and after we watch it we … Continue reading