SEER @ NUS 2014 is the third annual Sustainability, Environment and Energy Research Symposium organized by the NUS Energy Office. It features the broad spectrum of R&D in NUS from different faculties touching on various aspects of energy in the context of environmental sustainability. The Symposium will have technical presentations and panel discussions focusing on … Continue reading
Design Green! Skycourts & Skygardens, is an exposition curated by Pomeroy Studio that consists of 3 integrated components focused on skyrise greenery: ‘The Exhibition’, ‘The Discussion’, ‘The Installation’. Held at the National Design Centre (NDC) from September 1-21, the public event will showcase global design projects, engage students in research and dialogue, and activate the Centre’s roof terrace … Continue reading
If you’re interested on green manufacturing practices and the use of green building materials, check out this upcoming seminar! GREENFACTURING (verb – used with object): to make or produce green products which benefit the people, the economy and the environment which include the identification and reduction of environmental impact during all life cycle stages Agenda Speakers Mr … Continue reading
This month, Green Drinks Singapore is excited to collaborate with Biodiversity Connections to look at aquaculture on our shores and beyond. Joining us is Alistair Douglas of SmartAqua and Shannon Lim of OnHand Agrarian, two highly knowledgeable industry players who will share details about the work they do locally and internationally, and the industry challenges … Continue reading
Since we enrolled the networking session as a regular, we’ve been told fascinating stories on how people met on Green Drinks and became collaborators, partners and friends. For the 2nd time this year, we’ll be hosting what is fast becoming a signature event for the Environmental & Sustainability Space in Singapore – You’ll be missing out if you are … Continue reading
Social enterprise Good for Us is crowdfunding for their upcoming event – Conscious Consumption Design Jam, to gather social and digital experts to brainstorm and prototype design ideas for sustainable consumer behaviour. Eleven days to go, please pledge generously! More details below!
Singapore Power Shift happens this weekend! Organised by 350 Singapore, it’s the second phase following last year’s Global Power Shift, and youth participants will learn more about climate change, and the inner workings of a successful campaign. The great line up of speakers include Nor Lastrina Hamid (350 Singapore), Bhavani Prakash (Eco Walk the Talk), … Continue reading
In 2012, the mPowerpad was voted one of Green Drinks’ top 10 green products for the year, and since, a more sleek and powerful version of this portable solar charger has been made available.
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The Good Country Index measures how much each of 125 countries contributes to the planet. Announced at the TEDSalon in Berlin, the Index features some unexpected winners — and even more surprising losers. (Sorry, USA.) The top ten countries in the Good Country Index. (Click to view at larger size.) Irish people,…
Here are some photos and a video from World Water Day at Jurong Lake earlier this year. We’d like to thank the sponsor of our booth, Grundfos, Engineers Without Borders Asia for collaborating with us, and volunteers for assisting us on the day. Much appreciated! Organised by PUB, the event included several activities and was well … Continue reading
The Eco Music Challenge by the National Environment Agency (NEA) is back for 2014, see details below. Please spread the word to musicians you know!
If you are for sustainable design and sustainable living, and wish to support a startup with an eco product, consider backing a GreenChamp bamboo bicycle for kids on Kickstarter. Created for kids between the ages of 18+months and 5 years, GreenChamp Bikes is a balance bike which equips kids with the skills to ride a bicycle in … Continue reading