As a modern society, Singapore uses and throws out electronic devices at a rapid pace. Before you bin your devices next time, consult this list and recycle the precious materials in your e-waste!
With pockets of forests on our built-up island, it’s common to come across all sorts of wildlife. What do you do when you see roadkill? Who can you call when an animal finds its way into your home? Here are some useful hotlines and organisations to remember when you next encounter wild and domestic animals in need in your midst and want to deal with them in a responsible and humane manner.
In the mood for spring cleaning or decluttering? Don’t throw away your things just yet, someone else might be able to make better use of your pre-loved stuff! Here’s a list of organisations, groups, and people you can gift your things to.
Join in our free guided walk on 28 July (Sat), 8–11am at MacRitchie Forest to explore its wildlife and history.
[UNTIL 2 MARCH 2018] Know someone with green fingers, an edible garden, or a nursery? We’ll need some help making an edible garden a reality in Loikaw, Myanmar to benefit children in boarding houses in mountain communities. It’ll help them to be food sustainable, and in the process, learn to feed the soil that will feed them!
Can you do anything in time for International Year of the Reef next year? Absolutely! Some thoughts and tips from a recent workshop to help Singaporeans Sea Our Shores.
There’s so much we can do as individuals that can make a huge collective impact on our environment. Here are 5 good habits you can take up to do your part to protect our oceans!
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Food can unite people and raise important questions about the food chain and nutrient cycle. Here’s what I learnt from a potluck party over the weekend to commemorate World Food Day.
Where do you think Singapore’s corals reside? Who would’ve thought we’d find corals and marine wildlife thriving under the pontoons of Marina at Keppel Bay!
[Before 2 Oct 2017] Know someone with green fingers, an urban garden, or a community plot? We’ll need some help making an edible garden a reality in Than Lyin, Myanmar this October to benefit the girls at Canossa Home.