This article originally appeared in the World Economic Forum’s Agenda; Published on 18 Dec, 2018 There was a time when vegetarian, vegan, and plant-based diets in the Western world were part of a small subculture. It was considered the domain of hippies and activists, rather than large numbers of the population. Depending on the situation, vegetarians and vegans were met with either acceptance, tolerance, orRead Now
The DBS Marina Regatta is back in its eighth edition, bringing in a sustainable theme, where the event will try to educate and inspire Singaporeans to embrace a more sustainable lifestyle. Across the event, recycled, re-usable, and natural materials are being put to use in varied ways. In keeping with the theme, reusable cups, bottles, and containers will be available. Even the F&B stall ownersRead Now
Holster Australia started out as a range of jelly sandals and espadrilles and has presently evolved into a comprehensive range of vegan-friendly, trans-seasonal footwear for women and children. The core principles of the brand are being sustainable and vegan-friendly, with emphasis on innovation, construction and design.
Grand Hyatt Singapore has been the flag bearer for a shift towards a more sustainable way of life. From making ethical and sustainable food choices, to reducing food wastage, making sure edible food reaches the plates of needy, managing waste and generating power from it, it goes the whole hog in making a difference and reducing its carbon footprint.
Visit EarthFest, Singapore for a fun day that will teach you all you need to know about leading a sustainable life with resources that will help you transform. Meet EatRoamLive as it sets up a station to talk about eliminating food wastage by introducing you to project Takeaway.
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Food is one of the basic requirements of sustaining life. Then, isn’t it a tragedy that some have none and others have surplus that they think nothing of before wasting? Organisations like Food Bank Singapore work towards getting your surplus to those who need it. And this festive season, let’s think beyond just our surplus and help the less fortunate by gifting essentials like groceries. So pick a cause that resonates with you and give the gift of food.
Did you know that diets and climate change are very closely related? A Vegan diet is a surefire way to do your bit when it comes to climate change. EatRoamLive shows you the facts and how you can help. In fact, eating meat is more detrimental in terms of emissions that all the vehicles in the world put together!
A list of animal charities and animal welfare organisations in Singapore, that advocate animal rights and work towards protection, education, fostering and adoption of animals. Volunteer with one of these organisations today and support a good cause.