Eco Warrior Daniel Tay, the brain behind SG Food Rescue

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We live in a time of paradoxes. We are cutting down forests to create more agricultural land to provide food to our ever-growing population. Yet, we have people who are starving (1 in every 9 persons are undernourished in the world today). At the same time, we have a huge amount of food wastage and loss that occurs annually (1/3rd of food produced or 1.3 bn tonnes is lost or wasted in the production process, …[Read more]

Child’s Play Meet 7 makers who create toys and conduct experiments using everyday objects

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Be it pebbles, shells, toothpaste caps, cardboard boxes and even used wrapping paper, while I was growing up these were a part of my ‘toys’. I would pick easy-to-find daily objects and transform them into some kind of a play thing, a project that could be done by myself or with a little help from a grownup. In contrast, nowadays, a child’s world of play is dominated by ‘off-the-shelf’ toys and most of them are …[Read more]

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Zero Waste Bootcamp│ The best way to REDUCE is to REUSE, say eco warriors at ReFeel

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As most of us head into work, everyday, we grab our favourite beverage in a non recyclable cup with a plastic lid (who wants to deal with a spill in the morning!). That’s an average of 20 + cups with lids in a month. That’s 240 per person in 1 year. If one was to calculate the number of cups that end up in the garbage bin per day in an entire office building, the …[Read more]