Green Drinks: Towards a Circular Economy for Singapore

This month, find out about the circular economy and its development in Singapore. Our speakers include Eugene Tay of Zero Waste SG and Mike Orgill of Airbnb.   This event is co-organised with Zero Waste SG.    About Eugene’s Talk Title: Towards a Circular Economy for Singapore Summary: This talk will introduce the concept of … Continue reading

Singapore Green Landscape 2016 is now out!

Eugene Tay of Green Future Solutions has released the latest version of the Singapore Green Landscape, a compilation of key news reports from the previous year, and a list of environmental groups, websites, business associations, government agencies, academic institutes and centres. This is a  wonderful free resource which he has been updating and sharing for … Continue reading

Sustainability Mentorship Programme 2016 – applications close 24 Jan 2016

The Sustainability Mentorship Programme is back with more mentors, please circulate this to those who might be keen! More details below. “I’m trying to free your mind, Neo. But I can only show you the door. You’re the one that has to walk through it.” – Morpheus, The Matrix The Sustainability Mentorship Programme (in its … Continue reading

June Green Drinks x YOUTHSPEAK: Singapore’s Food Sustainability

This month, we partner National Youth Council (NYC) for YOUTHSPEAK – a series of SG50 conversations.

Sustainability Mentorship Programme 2015

Registrations are now open for the Sustainability Mentorship Programme 2015! Calling on 19-35 year olds keen on sustainability leadership and becoming sustainability champions. Registrations close on 4 Jan, details below!

Green Drinks: Developing the Sharing Economy in Singapore

Join us this month as we explore the sharing economy in Singapore – how it works, its progress and challenges here. Our speakers include Eugene Tay of the Sharing Economy Association (Singapore), Fenni Wang and Swito Yuber of Rent Tycoons, and Moh Hon Meng of BlockPooling. We’d like to thank BBX for sponsoring finger food … Continue reading

Green Media Roundtable Discussion: Singapore & the Environment

For this special session of Green Drinks, we have organised a Green Media Roundtable Discussion with our youth partner, Young NTUC. Hear the views of environmental journalists and bloggers on Singapore’s journey towards sustainability – how far we have come these 50 years, and what else we can improve or focus on. These journalists and bloggers … Continue reading

Singapore Green Landscape 2014 now out!

Each year, Eugene Tay of Green Future Solutions puts out the Singapore Green Landscape – a concise and extremely useful guide to green NGOs, groups, government agencies, business associations, institutes and centres, website resources, and key news reports from the previous year in Singapore. This is the quintessential guide to the environmental industry in Singapore … Continue reading

Green Drinks: Singapore’s National Climate Change Strategy 2012

Last month, the National Climate Change Secretariat released the National Climate Change Strategy (NCCS-2012) document titled ‘Climate Change and Singapore: Challenges. Opportunities. Partnerships’, outlining Singapore’s plans to address climate change through a whole-of-nation approach. At this special session, Director of the 3P Network at the National Climate Change Secretariat, Mr Yuen Sai Kuan will give … Continue reading

The Straits Times: Supermarts may start charging for plastic bags

The Singapore Environment Council is studying options in cutting usage of plastic bags, the findings will be collated into a white paper. The Straits Times reports. Supermarts may start charging for plastic bags Options to reduce plastic bag use being considered  Shoppers may need to pay for plastic bags in the future, if a proposal … Continue reading

Singapore Green Landscape 2010

In case you didn’t already know, Eugene Tay from Green Future Solutions has put together a handy guide to Singapore’s green community, which can be found here. Everyone should have a copy!

Earth Day screening of Tapped: Big thanks to all!

The Earth Day screening of Tapped at NTUC Centre drew 180 people. We would like to thank Young NTUC for their kind contribution of time, effort and resources, of which this event would not have been possible. In addition, we would like to thank Chris Jensen and ECO Singapore, Eugene Tay, and James Lee for giving presentations … 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