This month, we are proud to be part of Fashion Revolution Week Singapore, and we have partnered Fashion Revolution SG and Etrican for this special feature on textiles and its environmental impacts. Our speakers this month include Dragos Necula of Etrican, and Anisa Sia Johnny of Raffles College of Higher Education. So what should we … Continue reading
The Parkview Museum is currently exhibiting On Sharks & Humanity, which looks at the practice of shark finning and our impact on the oceans. The exhibition runs till 26 June, 2017, admission is free. More details from their press release below.
This month’s focus is RECYCLING! We have two interesting speakers with us – Eugene Tay of Zero Waste SG, and Pearlie Tan of Marcom Recycling Point. Hear Eugene talk about waste and recycling for households, and participate in a Q&A session with Pearlie – a recyclables collector who focuses on commercial recycling. About Eugene’s Talk … Continue reading
Here’s a car-free event you can look forward to at Serangoon Gardens! SUSTAINABILITY SUNDAY is a community-led road closure initiative to re-imagine Serangoon Gardens as a pedestrian-friendly zone minus the incessant traffic on the first Sunday of March. Experience the transformation of Farleigh Avenue Carpark (in front of HSBC) into a public street festival space, … Continue reading
EarthFest is one of the most awesome green events you can attend in Singapore, where you can find loads of eco food, beverages and products, as well as find out about initiatives by non-profit organisations. There will be a marketplace, a free market, workshops, documentary screenings and talks. It is a truly eco event, using … Continue reading
This month, we hear about a Japanese zero waste town, Kamikatsu, and one person’s social mission to turn Ayagawa (Kagawa) into a sustainable, circular society and transition town. Joining us is Shermain Pea and Toyo Miyoshi, both are currently based in Kagawa, Japan. Shermain will share her month-long volunteering experience in Kamikatsu, where she helped … Continue reading
With Chinese New Year around the corner, it is a time for many to declutter and decide between keeping, throwing and giving away. This month, we have professional organiser, Nathalie Ricaud of Get Organised & Beyond, Farah Sanwari of Repair Kopitiam, and Agatha Lee of Green Issues by Agy. This session is sponsored by Workcentral. … Continue reading
Have you watched Before the Flood yet? The Wedge Asia, Green Is The New Black Asia and The Working Capitol are hosting a screening next week. More details below.
Happy New Year to all our members! This year, we are bringing you new topics, and a new way to share information on environment related issues. We are also planning off-site activities to match the topic of the month. We need your help to find venues for our monthly events, please feel free to suggest … Continue reading
Last night, we collected loads of wonderful ideas and feedback about what the community wants to see at Green Drinks, and what they feel the role of Green Drinks should be. We also shared our plans moving forward and we will take on as many ideas as we can. A big thank you to our … Continue reading
This Saturday, pop by MacRitchie Reservoir Park for nature walks and a concert, and show your love for our Central Catchment Nature Reserve. Read more below! The Future Of MacRitchie concert is an open invitation for people from all walks of lives and living in all parts of Singapore to understand the issues surrounding MacRitchie … Continue reading
Have you already booked your FREE tickets to Singapore’s inaugural eco film festival? The Singapore Eco Film Fest (SGEFF) kicks off on Thursday evening, 10th November, at the ArtScience Museum with the guerilla gardening documentary – Can You Dig This?, and a performance by iNCH. The film festival then runs for three whole days – … Continue reading