Panasonic and NEA award environmental champions

Last Friday, Panasonic and NEA held an awards ceremony annoucing the winners of their  inaugural Environment Champions Project Competition (ECPC). Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Water Resources Dr Amy Khor was there to do the honours.

The competition was held as part of the Environment Champions (Schools) Industry Module (ECIM), and using the 3Rs – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle – students from the shortlisted 20 teams were given $1,000 and challenged to work along this theme to make a difference to the environment.

Winners include Si Ling Primary (Primary School category), and Raffles Institution (Secondary School category), who have won themselves an educational trip to Japan. Well done, young ones!

Photo courtesy of Golin-Harris and Panasonic


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