8 Nov: Green Jobs Symposium & Networking 2017

Keen to find out more about green jobs? This is the event for you. Read on for more details! Advertisements

Earth Film Festival: Singapore’s first crowd-based sustainability film festival

Earth Fest organisers are running the Earth Film Festival from Earth Day, April 22 2016, onwards and you can participate by hosting your own screening with friends and family at no cost. The Earth Film Festival is a crowd-based film festival, meaning hosts own a copy of the film afterwards, and it can be screened again … Continue reading

E-waste recycling & hard disk shredding! NUS U Town, Fri 12 Sep 2014: 10am – 4pm

Originally posted on Otterman speaks…:
NUS’ Office of Environment Sustainability is organising an inaugural electronic waste (“e-waste”) recycling drive in NUS on Friday 12 Sep 2014: 10am – 4pm. Anyone can drop off their e-waste at the NUS University Town near the bus stop and if you are driven through, there is a drop-off point…

Greenfacturing Seminar – Sustainable Building Products for A Sustainable Future

If you’re interested on green manufacturing practices and the use of green building materials, check out this upcoming seminar! GREENFACTURING (verb – used with object): to make or produce green products which benefit the people, the economy and the environment which include the identification and reduction of environmental impact during all life cycle stages Agenda Speakers Mr … Continue reading

Guess which country does the most good for the planet?

Originally posted on ideas.ted.com:
The Good Country Index measures how much each of 125 countries contributes to the planet. Announced at the TEDSalon in Berlin, the Index features some unexpected winners — and even more surprising losers. (Sorry, USA.) The top ten countries in the Good Country Index. (Click to view at larger size.) Irish people,…

Let Elephants Be Elephants Campaign: Documentary airs tomorrow on Nat Geo channels

Green Kampong Co-founder Nadya Hutagalung has collaborated with elephant expert and best-selling author, Dr Tammie Matson, to co-found the Let Elephants Be Elephants (LEBE) campaign, a unique project to raise awareness of the connection between Asia’s growing consumption of ivory and Africa’s dwindling elephant population. This campaign aims to stop the demand for Ivory in Asia … Continue reading

Green Drinks November: Green Career Pathways Networking Night

  On November 28, CaliberLink, in collaboration with Green Drinks Singapore, will hold a “Green Career Pathways” networking session. This is in response to the positive feedback on CaliberLink’s “Working in the Green Sector” workshop in August 2013. The workshop helped PMEs understand the different types of business models, government grants and policies under the green … Continue reading

Sign the petition to ask the Singapore government to reconsider the alignment of the Cross Island Line through MacRitchie Forest

Love Our MacRitchie Forest was launched in response to the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) announcement of the new Cross Island Line MRT (CRL), which is proposed to run through the fragile ecosystem that is MacRitchie Forest. Sign this petition asking Singapore’s government to reconsider the alignment of the Cross Island Line through MacRitchie Forest. Image taken from Love … Continue reading

Channel NewsAsia: Bukit Brown Cemetery placed on 2014 World Monuments Watch

Singapore’s Bukit Brown Cemetery has been placed on the 2014 World Monuments Watch, which compiles cultural heritage sites threatened around the world. SINGAPORE: Singapore’s Bukit Brown Cemetery has been placed on the 2014 World Monuments Watch, which compiles cultural heritage sites threatened around the world. The cemetery – which houses the graves of pioneering Chinese … Continue reading

Olivia Bags EcoFriend Award!

Finally! It’s been announced that Green Drinks Singapore’s co-founder Olivia Choong will be receiving National Environmental Agency’s EcoFriend Award this year. She is one amongst eight outstanding individuals who have been recognised for their efforts and positive contributions to Singapore’s environment. The Straits Times reports that winners were picked for their altruism, the breadth and depth … Continue reading

Green Drinks: The Future of Capitalism

  Most Asian countries are still developing their economic and political institutions. These emerging systems have to address major challenges to bring about sustainable growth, given the internal demands for equitable economic progress. They also have to grapple with external constraints posed by a globalised economy operating on a planet already pushed to its environmental limits. Will Asia lead … Continue reading

Green Drinks: Sustainable Architecture & Meeting Future Challenges

Addressing the population and resources constraints, Green Drinks March presents a talk you don’t want to miss. This month, we aim to bring together people who believes that through earnest planning, design ingenuity and innovation, we could achieve a sustainable environment for growth and progress especially in Singapore. We are very honoured to have speakers: Allen Folks … Continue reading

  • 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.