Year-end Review Emerging Trends in Sustainability

Emerging sustainability trends

The United Nations defines sustainable development as “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” While audacious sustainability goals are all well and good, the world also needs a holistic, targeted series of small and consistently applied actions for lasting business and societal results. Let’s look at some of the emerging trends in the sustainability space trying to do just that! Net Zero Technology Net …[Read more]


The Year That Was Climate Clippings from 2022

2022 has been another eventful year for planet Earth. It has suffered climate-impact events such as floods and droughts that begged for a comprehensive response and witnessed political decisions that will create long-term impact. Here’s a quick catch-up of the year that was – links for deeper reads included. May 2023 be the year where we learn from the setbacks and do better moving ahead! COP 27 agrees on milestone ‘loss and damage fund’ for …[Read more]

MythBusting Yes, a plant-based diet can provide all the nutrition you need!

Vegetarian myths

It is often assumed that a vegetarian or vegan diet is not adequate because it lacks essential nutrients. Bearing its brunt, when I mention I am vegetarian, I am often asked, “Oh, how do you get your protein?” Followed by, “Are you sure you are getting enough of all the nutrients?” Let’s take a look at a few of the widely held beliefs about a plant-based diet, and see if there is any truth to …[Read more]

Events, People,

Real Projects, Real Change How Zero Waste Bootcamp is contributing to a healthier, friendlier Singapore

Secondsguru - The travelling exhibition

Detailed posters depicting the impact of various projects from Secondsguru’s Zero Waste Bootcamps are on display in a ‘Traveling Exhibition‘ across public spaces in Singapore to spur youth and members of the community to come together and take collective action. The exhibition is on at the Sustainable Singapore Gallery till 10 Jan 2022. It will move to NUS Central Library till the end of March 2022 before heading over to the next public space for …[Read more]