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    Join us in May to find out about mass fish deaths in SIngapore! This month, we're thrilled to have Ria Tan of Wild Singapore, and former fish farmer Joseph Wee speaking. More details soon!

    Date: 25 May 2016 (Wed)
    Time: 7pm – 9pm
    Venue: SingJazz Club, 101 Jalan Sultan, #02-00, The Sultan.
    Admission: Free (contributions to society accepted)
    RSVP: Via Facebook or email greendrinkssingapore@gmail.com


    If you wish to join our events-only mailing list. Please email us at olivia@greendrinkssingapore.com. Facebook no longer permits us to invite all members, so we realised that we need to collate email addresses to ensure everyone gets the invitation.
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Singapore’s mass fish deaths: a signal of problems in the Johor Strait?

This month, we look at the issue of mass fish deaths, which occurred in Singapore in the last two years. To give us a first-hand perspective, we have Wild Singapore’s Ria Tan, who has documented its occurrences closely, and former fish farmer, Joseph Wee, who has experienced it as a fish farmer. Audience members are … Continue reading


14 May – 12th June: Pesta Ubin 2016!

Make a date with Pesta Ubin this year! There are various activities for everyone on this Pulau Ubin open day, please read on for more details!


Now Open: Solar Energy Storage Workshops & Hackathon Registration

Solar Energy Storage (SES) Hackathon is a project created by two co-founders: Kok Chin TAY at Global Sense and Robin LOW at Civil Innovation Lab. Both aim to support sustainable innovative solutions by youth groups of Singapore, and have a long term vision to expand this project overseas. Ahead of the hackathon, the pair are organising two workshop sessions … Continue reading

the text earth day and the hands of a young man put together patterned with a world map (furnished by NASA)

Green Drinks: COP21 Paris Agreement & Climate Change

With Singapore signing the Paris Agreement on Earth Day, we would like to commemorate the move by focusing on the COP21 Paris Agreement and Climate Change for our upcoming session! We have three interesting speakers conveying insights related to COP21 and climate change. Melissa Low of Energy Studies Institute (ESI) will explain key elements of the … Continue reading

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March Green Drinks: Addressing Human-Orangutan Conflict in Agricultural Landscapes around the Leuser Ecosystem, Northern Sumatra

This month, we are delighted to have Panut Hadisiswoyo, Founding Director of Orangutan Information Centre (OIC), with us. He will share how his organisation addresses the conflict between humans and orang utans in the Leuser Ecosystem of North Sumatra. Big thanks to Nor Lastrina of Singapore Youth for Climate Action for helping to coordinate this session, and … Continue reading


Earth Film Festival: Singapore’s first crowd-based sustainability film festival

Earth Fest organisers are running the Earth Film Festival from Earth Day, April 22 2016, onwards and you can participate by hosting your own screening with friends and family at no cost. The Earth Film Festival is a crowd-based film festival, meaning hosts own a copy of the film afterwards, and it can be screened again … Continue reading


Earth Hour 2016: Shine a light on forests this Saturday!

It’s that time of the year again! Please read below for the low down of this year’s Earth Hour.

New York, New York, USA - May 30, 2012: The Prada store on Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. Prada is a well known designer of mens and womens clothing and accessories. Many people can be seen on the sidewalk.

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The True Cost of the Commodification of Fashion

In a world where commodification and market thinking have pervaded almost all aspects of our lives – from babies on sale for surrogacy to wildlife conservation – fashion is no exception. In fact, many regard fashion as the embodiment of commercialism and consumerism, an industry that creates an artificial demand for goods to drive sales … Continue reading


Environment Conservation Activity: OBS Project IsLand-A-Hand, 5 March 2016

Looking for a meaningful activity that involves environmental conservation and bonding with the youth community? OBS will be hosting Project IsLand-A-Hand once again! On 5 March (Saturday), you’ll be able to do your part to help save Mother Earth, make new friends, explore the OBS campus/other parts of Ubin/Coney Island, and take lots of beauty … Continue reading


EIAs: Enigmas In Action?

This month, we look at the subject of EIA – Environmental Impact Assessment, a very current topic, especially so because of the Cross Island MRT Line (CRL) and its impact on the Central Catchment Nature Reserve of MacRitchie. We have three speakers – Natalia Huang of Ecology Matters, who will speak of the EIA process, … Continue reading


Singapore Green Landscape 2016 is now out!

Eugene Tay of Green Future Solutions has released the latest version of the Singapore Green Landscape, a compilation of key news reports from the previous year, and a list of environmental groups, websites, business associations, government agencies, academic institutes and centres. This is a  wonderful free resource which he has been updating and sharing for … Continue reading


Sustainability Mentorship Programme 2016 – applications close 24 Jan 2016

The Sustainability Mentorship Programme is back with more mentors, please circulate this to those who might be keen! More details below. “I’m trying to free your mind, Neo. But I can only show you the door. You’re the one that has to walk through it.” – Morpheus, The Matrix The Sustainability Mentorship Programme (in its … Continue reading

  • About Green Drinks Singapore

    Founded in November 2007, Green Drinks Singapore is one of more than 800 cities with a Green Drinks presence.

  • We are a non-profit environmental movement that connects academia, green businesses, activists, community and government, for knowledge sharing and collaboration opportunities. We do this by organising informal talks every last Thursday of the month, over drinks! Once in a while, we hold discussions, documentary screenings and workshops to further engage the public and participants.
  • Started in 1989 in London, the Green Drinks movement is a self-organising network that is meant to be simple and unstructured. The global site can be found at www.greendrinks.org.

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