Since we enrolled the networking session as a regular, we’ve been told fascinating stories on how people met at Green Drinks and became collaborators, partners and friends. This is our first networking session this year, it’s been awhile! That evening, Gone Adventurin’ will be collecting stories on from Singaporeans about their memories, hopes and aspirations for the environment of Singapore, and … Continue reading
In this upcoming session of CROSSROADS by Young NTUC, hear 350 Singapore’s firsthand account about last December’s UN climate talks (COP20), what to expect in 2015 leading up to COP21 and what climate change means to Singapore. More details below.
It’s Earth Day today, not to mention Earth Week, and the best way to honour this time is to be especially mindful of our impact on the environment. When we use less chemicals, we are being gentler to ourselves and the environment. Check out our top 10 picks for green kitchen ware, cleaning tools and … Continue reading
National Geographic Channel, Unboxed Media Productions and Sustainable Green Solutions are looking for a Singaporean youth to join the Youth March For The Arctic team for a 3 week expedition in the High Arctic, the series will aired on National Geographic Channel in November 2015. More details below!
Green Drinks x NCCS present – Reducing Carbon Emissions: Opportunities and Challenges for Singapore This April, Green Drinks and the National Climate Change Secretariat collaborate once again in a very special panel discussion and consultation event. As a party to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Singapore is actively involved in ongoing negotiations … Continue reading
Space has always been a premium in Singapore. With shorter lease periods, a rapidly growing talent pool and continuously changing regulations, the commercial interior industry in Singapore is one of the fastest developing studies in human behaviour and the environment. But sustainable interiors don’t simply mean planter boxes, recycling bins or green walls. To create a sustainable … Continue reading
In conjunction with Singapore World Water Day and SG50 celebrations, Mandarin Oriental Hotel has organised a doodling competition, and offering hotel stays as prizes. Spaces are limited to 50 participants, so grab your slot now! More details below.
Bhavani Prakash, who is well known in local and regional sustainability circles (and rarely needs an introduction), recently spoke with 11 Singapore-based organisations and pieced together a sustainability toolkit which offers a framework in engaging employees in CSR. Join us this month to listen to her findings and observations.
Architectural firm, SPARK, has conceptualised a way to address two distinct social issues of an ageing population and food security in Singapore – by building a large apartment complex offering aged care facilities with allocated space for vegetable farming using soil-based and aquaponic methods, and opportunities for seniors to enjoy a good quality of life as well … Continue reading
Sharksavers is conducting a volunteer recruitment drive. Please see below for more information. For our first event of 2015, we’ll like to invite fellow ocean-lovers to join our team of volunteers. Date: 31 Jan (Sat) Time: 3-4pm Venue: WWF Singapore – 354 Tanglin Road, Tanglin International Centre, #02-11 Part I: We’ll have a short intro … Continue reading
In the first Green Drinks of 2015, we take a look at so-called “Co-opertition”– competitive cooperation– and how it can be used to further green practices in industry. Through the lens of the logistics industry, we will have speakers from DHL and UPS share how their collaboration through Green Freight Asia has helped make environmental improvements by sharing know-how and … Continue reading
Singapore Polytechnic Engineering Students Develop ‘Smart’ Projects To Support ‘Smart Nation’ Initiative Engineering students from Singapore Polytechnic (SP) are all geared up to make Singapore a Smart Nation. The SP Engineering Show features exclusive projects by SP students and researchers that shows how Engineering can be applied to different segments of society and various industries. … Continue reading