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Keep Walking Explore long nature trails in Singapore!

Walking trails

Today’s article – our second in the series – comes from the pen of walkaholic Sulata Maheshwari. Sulata’s love for hikes comes from long Indian summers spent in its villages. The love was rekindled in the terrains of Japan, nurtured in the mountains of Hong Kong and has kept growing in the green plains of Singapore. A regular at the Park Connector Network (and the eateries that abound around this ecosystem!), she has left footprints …[Read more]

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From screen to green Tips for connecting children with nature

Nature deficit

Is your child more comfortable maneuvering the complexities of a video game than the steps to climb a tree? Do screens take up most of his/her playtime? Do you wish your kid’s childhood was more like yours- with ample open space to play for hours at end? Well you are not alone! Faced with the same challenges, I struggle to ply my 9-year-old son away from his digitally induced slumber to ensure that he spends …[Read more]

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Eco Style Sustainable alternatives to fast fashion

buying sustainable fashion in singapore

Our article today is a contribution by GenZ Eliza Dawn Victorio, penned as part of her AIESEC internship with Secondsguru. Majoring in Geography and minoring in Geoscience at National University of Singapore (NUS), Eliza is extremely passionate about the environment and sustainability. She also champions sustainable fashion and alternatives to single-use plastics. In her free time, Eliza enjoys looking at various recipes to cook as well as to bake and sing! Here’s her take on …[Read more]

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Eco Kitchen A Beginner’s Guide to Composting

Black Gold-compost

Today’s article comes from the pen of Sulata Maheshwari, whose apartment in Singapore hosts composting pots in the balcony, a range of edibles across all window sills and absolutely NO raw fruit/veg waste in the kitchen! “I spent a third of my childhood in my family’s village farmhouse watching the cyclical process of growing food,” says Sulata. “The connection to the earth was rekindled when I grew a Holy Basil sapling in Hong Kong with …[Read more]