Green Drinks Election Special: What role do green issues have in Singapore’s 2011 General Elections?

In the lead up to the 2011 General Elections, Green Drinks has organised a special panel discussion to find out the role(s) of green issues this time around. Also, we will also be exploring the different issues faced by Singapore in the immediate future, which will be noted and conveyed to all political parties participating in the elections.

For this session, the admission fee is $10, and includes 2 non-alcoholic drinks, or half pint of beer, or one regular house pour.

Join us in for this special session moderated by The Straits Times Housing and Environment correspondent Jessica Cheam, with a panel that includes:

– Howard Shaw, Singapore Environment Council Corporate Advisor

– Wilson Ang, Eco (Singapore) President

– Tan Hang Chong, Nature Society (Singapore) Assistant Honorary Secretary

– Mark Cheng, Avelife Co-Founder and Executive Director

– Edwin Khew, IUT Global CEO and former NMP

– Allan Lim, Alpha Biofuels Chief Executive Director

– Kenny Eng, GardenAsia CEO

Details!

Date: 19 April (Tues)

Time: 7.30pm – 9pm

Venue: TAB, 442 Orchard Road, #02-29 Orchard Hotel (next to main entrance of Delphi Orchard)

Admission: $10, includes 2 non-alcoholic drinks, or half pint of beer, or one regular house pour

We hope to see you there!

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  • 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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