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Kickstart your Year of Zero Waste

Top events around sustainability in Singapore in 2019. Kickstart your year and New Year Resolutions (don't have any? Use ours!)💚

From recycling foods to DIY workshops and the huge and unmissable EarthFest, you'll be set for a fantastic Year of Zero-Waste. Whatever you're into, January won't leave you disappointed.

January events in singapore


Ecopsychology: Photography Exhibition

When? Thu, 10 - Sat 26 January

Where? Objectifs - Centre for Photography and Film 155 Middle Road, Singapore 188977 (map) What? 1PROJECTS presents Ecopsychology, a group exhibition by four rising photographers; Lavender Chang (Taiwan/Singapore), Sophirat Muangkum (Thailand), Pokchat Worasub (Thailand) and Yatender (Vietnam) curated by Nim Niyomsin. The last century has seen rapid change. Urbanization is spreading and the gap between humans and nature continues to grow. In Ecopsychology, resonating with the sense of alienation in modern society, four photographers are trying to understand our presence and position in relation to this world. They are trying to reform and reconnect the linkage between us and our environment, both at the conscious and subconscious levels.


Why? Because you're an artist at heart.. and/or you like weird art you don't understand but enjoy anyways because you don't have to get it.


Launch of 2019 Year Towards Zero Waste

When? Sat, 12 / 13 January, 9 am – 4 pm Where? Our Tampines Hub - 1 Tampines Walk, Singapore 528523 (map)

What? Following the Year of Climate Action, join us as we focus on our consumption habits and commit to reducing our waste! National Geographic Asia Emerging Explorer Arthur Huang will be sharing about sustainable design and how his company, Miniwiz, turns discarded plastics, apparel, and cigarette butts into anything from sunglasses to restaurant interiors. Curious about what we have in store for you? Check out our partner booths and learn how to fashion a bag from old clothes and pick up composting tips and tricks, all while slurping down a cold-pressed juice made from UglyFood!

Bonus: donate your unwanted electronic devices and plastic bags to our partners, who’ll give them a new lease of life! Bring along an old T-shirt on 13 January, and Greensquare Textile Recycling will show you how to turn it into a bag! Donations of non-perishable food items (at least one month before expiry) to The Food Bank Singapore are also welcome. Admission is free!


Why? Because the launch is THE LAUNCH! Set the year's intention's off with a blast!


January Cleanup

When? Sat, 12 January, 2 pm – 5 pm Where? Pulau Ubin (map) Meeting Point: Public Jetty (right after the "Welcome to Pulau Ubin" sign, near the toilets), Pulau Ubin, Singapore. There are two ferry terminals with almost the same name: Changi Village Ferry Terminal (postcode 499172) and Changi Ferry Terminal (499675). The CORRECT one is Changi Village Ferry Terminal (postcode 499172). What? The cleanup itself will not exceed TWO hours

After the cleanup, we will go have dinner and drinks at a local brewery near the Changi village jetty. All volunteers are welcome to join. How to register: Send us a private message with the full names and contact number of each participant until Thu 10th January 2019 end of day.


Why? Because you've always secretly loved getting your hands dirty! And so instagrammable.


Love MacRitchie Walk by Toddycats - Venus Loop (13 Jan 2019)

When? Sun, 13 January, 8:30 am – 11:30 am Where? Windsor Nature Park's drop off point Venus Dr (NOT MacRitchie Reservoir Park!) Singapore (map) What? A series of FREE public guided walks at MacRitchie Forest. Join the NUS Toddycats, volunteers of the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum in discovering the forest! Learn about amazing plants and animals living in our backyard as part of the Love Our MacRitchie Forest movement.

The forest trail at Venus Loop meanders along the banks of a crystal-clear forest stream that is full of freshwater life. Here live dragons and damsels, freshwater crabs and prawns, the Puff-faced Watersnake, Pygmy Halfbeak and Saddle Barb. Look out, too, for the Green Crested Lizard, Slender Squirrel, Long-tailed Macaque, Blue-rumped Parrot and Colugo. Walk in the cool shade of old trees. Feel a kind of natural peace that only a rainforest can give. The trail here is a dirt path which is relatively level and suitable for children and the elderly. Be prepared for some mud. Come with us, and learn more about this rainforest. Feel our natural heritage at risk.

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Why? Because you love walks and the greta outdoors, and think it w