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Project Drawdown Top 10 steps you can take to reduce global warming

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While governments and international organisations debate and negotiate over effective solutions to combat climate change, we as individuals are often left wondering – what can I do to prevent climate change? Many of us are making changes to lead a more sustainable lifestyle to reduce our carbon footprints. However, the thoughts – Are we doing enough? Will my actions make any difference in the larger scheme of things? What more can I do? – keep …[Read more]

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The Year That Was Top Environmental News 2019

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So how does the ‘Environmental Report Card’ for 2019 look? We decided to begin 2020 with a quick recap of some of the major environmental news that made headlines in 2019. The year gone by may have had many downs but it also had a few ups – positive environmental news that we may have missed in the hullabaloo of the ‘climate emergency’. We’ve sieved through all the eco happenings of last year and pulled …[Read more]

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Reader’s Corner Must-read eco book recommendations by the experts!

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Our monthly feature called Readers’ Corner was started in October 2019. Here we ask eco warriors from Singapore to tell us their eco inspiring books that had an impact on the way they see things. The overwhelming response from our readers makes us hopeful that you will read some of these books to start off on your own sustainability journey – one book at a time.  This month we feature eco warrior Agatha Lee who …[Read more]

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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]