40 for 40: A Rainforest Rehabilitation

Qi Global have organised a small fundraiser and launch party, more details below.

You are invited to have a drink with us and party on the rooftop at “40 for 40: A Rainforest Rehabilitation”! 

According to WWF, over 50% of Borneo’s rainforest has been wiped out. Your donation of $40 will not only give you access to a rooftop party with one drink, but it will also reforest the jungles of Borneo by planting 40 seeds. Our target is to plant 4,000 seeds together as a community by the end of the night! 

Come and do your part! RSVP at www.amiando.com/urban

See you there!
PS  It’s also the end of 100 days in Borneo of the Eco Warriors, a group of 11 individuals from around the world (Singapore included!) who have spent 3 months in the forest; the film is being shot by Cathy Henkel. Trailer here: http://anactionmovie.com/teaser-trailer

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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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