Mark 24 September in your calendar, Moving Planet is here!

Moving Planet, an offshoot of the global 350 campaign, and a continuation from last year’s 10.10.10 A Global Day of Doing, is 3 days away. Singapore’s event is spearheaded by ECO (Singapore), Expose Yourself, and Alliance Music (AMG).

The focus this year? Moving away from fossil fuels towards renewables, and having Singapore residents  learn more about what we all can do in our own daily lives to make a difference. One of the highlights of the Singapore event is a critical mass of cyclists in town, as one of the objectives includes promoting cycling as a healthy way of life and commuting.

Held at the Youth Park, in the Orchard area, the two day event consists of cycling and stage performances, art exhibitions, and educational booths by local NGOs and governmental agencies. So head down on 24 September (Saturday) on 25 September (Sunday), from 10am!

For more information, see the official event page, and RSVP on Facebook here.

We hope to see you there!


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