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Save Bukit Brown

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Keeping these sites the way they are is about who we are and want to be as Singaporeans, about what we value and how we connect to our nation. –  CHAH KAH TIM writing in Today Online Bukit Brown is more than a cemetery. It is symbolic of so many things at so many levels. […]

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March 10th, 2012 | Posted in Green Action,Green Cities,Green Events/Campaigns,S.E.Asia/Australasia,Singapore | Read More »

Earth Day Singapore 2011

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Update after the event: Here’s a video recording of some of the hightlights of the Earth Day celebrations at Bottle Tree Park on 22nd April 2011 From the previous post: A lot of excitement is building up at Bottle Tree Park, Singapore owing to the hectic preparations being done by Tay Lai Hock, the Founder […]

April 12th, 2011 | Posted in Behaviour Change,Climate Change,Green Events/Campaigns,Green Festivals,Green Meetings | Read More »

Nestlé buckles to Greenpeace pressure on Unsustainable Palm Oil

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Greenpeace’s two month long campaign against the multinational food and consumer goods giant, Nestlé’s use of unsustainable palm oil sources has shown results. Nestlé announced in a press release that they will partnering with the non-profit organisation, The Forest Trust, to systematically identify and exclude companies owning or managing high risk plantations or farms linked to deforestation. According […]

May 18th, 2010 | Posted in Biodiversity,Biodiversity & Ecosystems,Green Events/Campaigns,S.E.Asia/Australasia | Read More »

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