Individuals play an important role in protecting the environment. Every choice you make as a consumer is significant and has an environmental impact -- from the food you eat to the clothes you wear. Green living refers to a lifestyle that does less damage to ecosystems and the millions of nonhuman animals around the world. It focuses on the role that consumers play through their everyday choices, from household products to recycling to transportation.
NUS SAVE (Students Against Violation of the Earth) works with the students and staff of NUS to advocate for NUS to be a model for sustainability and action against climate change.
Up2Degrees aims to get businesses, institutions and individuals to raise their air-conditioner temperatures by 2 degrees Celsius as a means to promote individual responsibility and awareness towards the issue of climate change.
Cicada Tree Eco-Place promotes the natural and cultural heritage of Singapore through environmental education and eco-living. It aims to build and enhance the capacity of teachers in nature education, and enhance community development through service-learning projects.
GUI aims to build up the Kampung Kampus to showcase best practices in sustainable living for Singapore, and nurture a conscious community with hearts, minds and hands focused on a humane and sustainable future.
Plastic-Lite Singapore is a volunteer-run, self-funded platform which aims to work towards reducing our nation's usage of single-use plastics and towards a cleaner and more sustainable Singapore.
EarthlinkNTU aims to contribute to NTU’s goals of 35% reduction in energy, water and waste intensity by 2020, reach 1000 people via its nature walks and exhibitions, and launch RevAmpS, an app that helps the NTU population lead a smarter and sustainable lifestyle on campus.
I'dECO aims to improve on their existing projects (SEAL, Chili Padi Academy, Urban Farming) while improving their campus engagement levels through three new clusters of projects: Campus Climate Action, Environmental Science, and Corporate Sustainability.
Center for a Responsible Future hopes to extend EarthFest to daily life, by encouraging people to take individual actions on a daily basis.
LepakInSG hopes to reach out to 1000 people through our events and outreach booths by the end of the year
SUTD Greenprint hopes to push for a weekly no straw day on its campus by Dec 2018.