Impact

Impact

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Activities

We’ve been busy! Since we started, we have supported and organised:

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13

Mass Events

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71

Cleanups

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150

Workshops, Talks, Learning Journeys & Initiatives

Physical Impact

We have collected tons of waste at our green events and cleanups. Of that,

12,293

kg of trash was picked up

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3,200

kg of peels were composted

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15,500

Items were repurposed

Social Impact

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200

Organisations

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150

Volunteers and Counting

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8,239

Event Participants

Training & Consultancy

2019 Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon

Our largest event yet, with a whopping 51,000 participants – small wonder that we ended up with 23 bins of plastic bottles and cans, salvaged 1,300 over towels and a haul of 525.5kg of banana peels at the end of the event! Our army of volunteers worked tirelessly both day and night encouraging the participants to keep the running routes clean and to remind them to dispose of their trash in the proper bins.

2019 Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon

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2018 Race Against Cancer

We’re proud that we made this run for a good cause even more worthy by educating participants on responsible waste disposal. With the help of passionate young volunteers from Victoria Junior College, we collected almost 110kg of fruit peel and reached out to 7,000 participants. 

2018 Race Against Cancer

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2018 Straits Times Run

Our volunteers collected waste, repurposed towels, and rescued excess food to be donated to community centers. Altogether, we collected a massive 388kg of banana peels to be used as compost in community gardens – we’re certain that the crops grew very well for the next few months!

2018 Straits Times Run

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Our Proudest Moments

Heartbeat@Bedok

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Heartbeat@Bedok

As a community space, Heartbeat@Bedok reached out to Green Nudge to build a culture of sustainability for its residents around Bedok. Green Nudge conducted out a mix of activities, including workshops, talks and cleanups for its residents on a 1 year basis. By creating a continuous programme of engagements, Green Nudge was able to identify key audience group as well as listen and provide ground up feedback of concerns and viewpoints from residents, thus improving the community engagement between Heartbeat@Bedok and its residents.

SIA Engineering Company

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SIA Engineering Company

SIAEC started its employee engagement programme on environmental sustainability in 2021 and sought to build sustained green habits among its employees at home and in the office. The organisation worked with Green Nudge to launch a 6-session programme featuring talks, workshops as well as cleanups with its employees. Based on participant feedback after each session, the company was able to work with Green Nudge to further customize its offerings to better suit the employees’ learning needs. 

Heartbeat@Bedok

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Heartbeat@Bedok

As a community space, Heartbeat@Bedok reached out to Green Nudge to build a culture of sustainability for its residents around Bedok. Green Nudge conducted out a mix of activities, including workshops, talks and cleanups for its residents on a 1 year basis. By creating a continuous programme of engagements, Green Nudge was able to identify key audience group as well as listen and provide ground up feedback of concerns and viewpoints from residents, thus improving the community engagement between Heartbeat@Bedok and its residents.

SIA Engineering Company

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SIA Engineering Company

SIAEC started its employee engagement programme on environmental sustainability in 2021 and sought to build sustained green habits among its employees at home and in the office. The organisation worked with Green Nudge to launch a 6-session programme featuring talks, workshops as well as cleanups with its employees. Based on participant feedback after each session, the company was able to work with Green Nudge to further customize its offerings to better suit the employees’ learning needs. 

OCBC Bank Coastal Cleanup

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OCBC Bank Coastal Cleanup

Nothing feels better than bonding with friends and family while doing some good in the world. In conjunction with OCBC Bank, we organized a coastal cleanup for their staff and family members at East Coast Park in July 2018. Thanks to their collective efforts, we cleared over 300kg of trash from the beach in less than 2 hours.

Huat Huat Community Cleanup

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Huat Huat Community Cleanup

As part of Green Nudge’s commitment to reach out to the community, we carried out a community cleanup during the start of 2022 and invited members of public to join in the session at Sembawang Beach. Despite it being the Lunar New Year period, we managed to max out our participation numbers and collected nearly 300 kg of marine debris in less than 2 hours.

Uniqlo Singapore

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Uniqlo Singapore

In 2021, Uniqlo reached out to us to explore a volunteering opportunity to engage its employees and family members in Singapore. Based on their requirements, we proposed and implemented a coastal cleanup that helped to bring their employees together in a safe and meaningful manner. In the 3 hour session, we managed to pick up nearly 700 kg of marine debris.

OCBC Bank Coastal Cleanup

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OCBC Bank Coastal Cleanup

Nothing feels better than bonding with friends and family while doing some good in the world. In conjunction with OCBC Bank, we organized a coastal cleanup for their staff and family members at East Coast Park in July 2018. Thanks to their collective efforts, we cleared over 300kg of trash from the beach in less than 2 hours.

Huat Huat Community Cleanup

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Huat Huat Community Cleanup

As part of Green Nudge’s commitment to reach out to the community, we carried out a community cleanup during the start of 2022 and invited members of public to join in the session at Sembawang Beach. Despite it being the Lunar New Year period, we managed to max out our participation numbers and collected nearly 300 kg of marine debris in less than 2 hours.

Uniqlo Singapore

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Uniqlo Singapore

In 2021, Uniqlo reached out to us to explore a volunteering opportunity to engage its employees and family members in Singapore. Based on their requirements, we proposed and implemented a coastal cleanup that helped to bring their employees together in a safe and meaningful manner. In the 3 hour session, we managed to pick up nearly 700 kg of marine debris.

newPlastic Workshop with Heartbeat@Bedok

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newPlastic Workshop with Heartbeat@Bedok

Conducted in person during the pandemic, the session introduced the problem of disposables and their impact on Singapore’s overall waste landscape. Participants were invited to create small usable objects from recycled plastics to reinforce the learning points.

Eco-enzyme Workshop with Pacific International Lines (PIL)

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Eco-enzyme Workshop with Pacific International Lines (PIL)

Leveraging on orange peels, the session provided an introduction on food waste and invited members of PIL to participate and create their own eco-enzyme. Held as a hybrid session, the session not just allowed participants to meet during the pandemic, but also gained an understanding of the need to minimise food waste.

Project Ecobricks

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Project Ecobricks

A continuous project where volunteers collect clean, dry, non-recyclable plastics to be turned into functional furniture. The plastic stools and tables crafted by participants will be used to furnish partner cafés – a resourceful way of minimizing waste and costs as well!

Eco-enzyme Workshop with Our Better World

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Eco-enzyme Workshop with Our Better World

Leveraging on orange peels, the session provided an introduction on food waste and invited members of OBW to participate and create their own eco-enzyme. Held virtually, the session not just allowed participants to meet during the pandemic, but also gained an understanding of the need to minimise food waste.

Fabric Tote Bag Workshop with Singapore American School

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Fabric Tote Bag Workshop with Singapore American School

Conducted in person during the pandemic, the session introduced the problem of fabric waste in Singapore and the world and explored different ways to reduce and reuse textiles. Participants were invited to bring and craft out their own fabric tote bag from the session to reinforce the learning points.

Ecobricks Workshop with ITE College West

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Ecobricks Workshop with ITE College West

To invite staff of ITE College West to appreciate the amount of plastic waste involved in their daily lives, participants attended a 3 hour session that shared about the plastic situation in Singapore as well as learnt of ways to minimise the use of plastics in their work and personal environments.

newPlastic Workshop with Heartbeat@Bedok

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newPlastic Workshop with Heartbeat@Bedok

Conducted in person during the pandemic, the session introduced the problem of disposables and their impact on Singapore’s overall waste landscape. Participants were invited to create small usable objects from recycled plastics to reinforce the learning points.

Eco-enzyme Workshop with Pacific International Lines (PIL)

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Eco-enzyme Workshop with Pacific International Lines (PIL)

Leveraging on orange peels, the session provided an introduction on food waste and invited members of PIL to participate and create their own eco-enzyme. Held as a hybrid session, the session not just allowed participants to meet during the pandemic, but also gained an understanding of the need to minimise food waste.

Project Ecobricks

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Project Ecobricks

A continuous project where volunteers collect clean, dry, non-recyclable plastics to be turned into functional furniture. The plastic stools and tables crafted by participants will be used to furnish partner cafés – a resourceful way of minimizing waste and costs as well!

Eco-enzyme Workshop with Our Better World

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Eco-enzyme Workshop with Our Better World

Leveraging on orange peels, the session provided an introduction on food waste and invited members of OBW to participate and create their own eco-enzyme. Held virtually, the session not just allowed participants to meet during the pandemic, but also gained an understanding of the need to minimise food waste.

Fabric Tote Bag Workshop with Singapore American School

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Fabric Tote Bag Workshop with Singapore American School

Conducted in person during the pandemic, the session introduced the problem of fabric waste in Singapore and the world and explored different ways to reduce and reuse textiles. Participants were invited to bring and craft out their own fabric tote bag from the session to reinforce the learning points.

Ecobricks Workshop with ITE College West

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Ecobricks Workshop with ITE College West

To invite staff of ITE College West to appreciate the amount of plastic waste involved in their daily lives, participants attended a 3 hour session that shared about the plastic situation in Singapore as well as learnt of ways to minimise the use of plastics in their work and personal environments.

Speaking engagement at World Bank Youth Summit

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Speaking engagement at World Bank Youth Summit

Green Nudge founder Li Seng was invited to provide his views of green jobs as an upcoming sector in Singapore and the Asia Pacific region. The session shared how youths could take advantage of the trends to improve their personal and professional development through internships and identified potential job opportunities.

Online Sharing with Chinese Development Assistance Council

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Online Sharing with Chinese Development Assistance Council

One of our favourite sharing so far, we spoke with seniors during the pandemic to update them about sustainability efforts, particularly on greening of edibles and electronic waste. Our presentation turned into conversations where seniors were able to share their views and learn not just about the waste at hand, but also different perspectives from each other.

Speaking engagement at World Bank Youth Summit

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Speaking engagement at World Bank Youth Summit

Green Nudge founder Li Seng was invited to provide his views of green jobs as an upcoming sector in Singapore and the Asia Pacific region. The session shared how youths could take advantage of the trends to improve their personal and professional development through internships and identified potential job opportunities.

Online Sharing with Chinese Development Assistance Council

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Online Sharing with Chinese Development Assistance Council

One of our favourite sharing so far, we spoke with seniors during the pandemic to update them about sustainability efforts, particularly on greening of edibles and electronic waste. Our presentation turned into conversations where seniors were able to share their views and learn not just about the waste at hand, but also different perspectives from each other.

Youth Corp Singapore Chinatown Tour

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Youth Corp Singapore Chinatown Tour

We led 21 young participants through Chinatown to educate them on the prevalence of single-use packaging. With their help, we interviewed Chinatown hawkers who continue to use disposables e.g. plastic cutlery to understand their reasons for doing so. The young participants then had a lively brainstorming session to discuss solutions to the disposables problem.

Semakau Landfill Tour

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Semakau Landfill Tour

A one-off event in June 2018 that became so popular that we repeated it 5 times. In total, more than 300 curious members of the public have signed up for a tour of Semakau Landfill, the final resting place of most of Singapore’s rubbish. Participants came away with a much better understanding of how trash is processed and a determination to improve their waste disposal practices in the future.

E-Waste Recycling Facility Visit

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E-Waste Recycling Facility Visit

As part of the community engagement, we organised a visit to the electronic waste recycling facility for members of public. Participants not just joined in a physical visit, but also took part in the actual recycling of items such as fridges. By experiencing for themselves the amount of waste generated every month, we invite participants to start making small changes in the way they create and deal with e-waste in Singapore.

Visit to Chinatown with KPMG

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Visit to Chinatown with KPMG

Together with employees of KPMG Singapore, we curated a learning trail that brought them through different parts of Chinatown to understand its history by introduce the heritage of hawker centres as well as their impact to disposables in Singapore.

Sustainability makes my heart goes “Bedok-Bedok”

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Sustainability makes my heart goes “Bedok-Bedok”

Together with the Geography Teachers’ Association, we created a learning trail to bring the concept of sustainability into real life. The trail within Bedok showcased green places of interests as well as how actions from individuals and the community shape behaviour. In doing so, we help to make it easier for people to relate to concepts and kickstart their sustainability habits.

Youth Corp Singapore Chinatown Tour

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Youth Corp Singapore Chinatown Tour

We led 21 young participants through Chinatown to educate them on the prevalence of single-use packaging. With their help, we interviewed Chinatown hawkers who continue to use disposables e.g. plastic cutlery to understand their reasons for doing so. The young participants then had a lively brainstorming session to discuss solutions to the disposables problem.

Semakau Landfill Tour

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Semakau Landfill Tour

A one-off event in June 2018 that became so popular that we repeated it 5 times. In total, more than 300 curious members of the public have signed up for a tour of Semakau Landfill, the final resting place of most of Singapore’s rubbish. Participants came away with a much better understanding of how trash is processed and a determination to improve their waste disposal practices in the future.

E-Waste Recycling Facility Visit

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E-Waste Recycling Facility Visit

As part of the community engagement, we organised a visit to the electronic waste recycling facility for members of public. Participants not just joined in a physical visit, but also took part in the actual recycling of items such as fridges. By experiencing for themselves the amount of waste generated every month, we invite participants to start making small changes in the way they create and deal with e-waste in Singapore.

Visit to Chinatown with KPMG

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Visit to Chinatown with KPMG

Together with employees of KPMG Singapore, we curated a learning trail that brought them through different parts of Chinatown to understand its history by introduce the heritage of hawker centres as well as their impact to disposables in Singapore.

Sustainability makes my heart goes “Bedok-Bedok”

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Sustainability makes my heart goes “Bedok-Bedok”

Together with the Geography Teachers’ Association, we created a learning trail to bring the concept of sustainability into real life. The trail within Bedok showcased green places of interests as well as how actions from individuals and the community shape behaviour. In doing so, we help to make it easier for people to relate to concepts and kickstart their sustainability habits.

Community Grant Writing Workshop

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Community Grant Writing Workshop

To support the green groups and increase their likelihood of obtaining funding, Green Nudge designed and ran a series of community grant writing workshops with members of green groups as well as public. The workshops helped to bring together like-minded individuals to identify and work on similar projects to improve the quality of grant applications.

Green Ambassadors Programme

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Green Ambassadors Programme

As part of the East Coast Green Plan, Green Nudge was invited to craft and design a five-part programme to invite residents within the East Coast GRC to acquire and share knowledge on sustainability within the area. In doing so, to build up a pool of citizen facilitators and volunteers who could support each other on sustainability issues.

Creative Narrative For Change Workshop

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Creative Narrative For Change Workshop

As part of a broader learning festival, Green Nudge conducted a workshop sharing how to tell stories that have already been told. The session invited participants to consider various methods to craft out effective messaging in the social, environment and community sectors.

Community Grant Writing Workshop

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Community Grant Writing Workshop

To support the green groups and increase their likelihood of obtaining funding, Green Nudge designed and ran a series of community grant writing workshops with members of green groups as well as public. The workshops helped to bring together like-minded individuals to identify and work on similar projects to improve the quality of grant applications.

Green Ambassadors Programme

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Green Ambassadors Programme

As part of the East Coast Green Plan, Green Nudge was invited to craft and design a five-part programme to invite residents within the East Coast GRC to acquire and share knowledge on sustainability within the area. In doing so, to build up a pool of citizen facilitators and volunteers who could support each other on sustainability issues.

Creative Narrative For Change Workshop

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Creative Narrative For Change Workshop

As part of a broader learning festival, Green Nudge conducted a workshop sharing how to tell stories that have already been told. The session invited participants to consider various methods to craft out effective messaging in the social, environment and community sectors.

2018 Straits Times Run

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2018 Straits Times Run

Our volunteers collected waste, repurposed towels, and rescued excess food to be donated to community centers. Altogether, we collected a massive 388kg of banana peels to be used as compost in community gardens – we’re certain that the crops grew very well for the next few months!

2018 Race Against Cancer

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2018 Race Against Cancer

We’re proud that we made this run for a good cause even more worthy by educating participants on responsible waste disposal. With the help of passionate young volunteers from Victoria Junior College, we collected almost 110kg of fruit peel and reached out to 7,000 participants.

2019 Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon

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2019 Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon

Our largest event yet, with a whopping 51,000 participants – small wonder that we ended up with 23 bins of plastic bottles and cans, salvaged 1,300 over towels and a haul of 525.5kg of banana peels at the end of the event! Our army of volunteers worked tirelessly both day and night encouraging the participants to keep the running routes clean and to remind them to dispose of their trash in the proper bins.

Can or Cannot? Making Sustainable Art Events The Norm

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Can or Cannot? Making Sustainable Art Events The Norm

Held during the Singapore International Festival of Arts, the two part series consisted of a \ mapping workshop for the performing arts to diagnose the obstacles to overcome in the industry’s journey towards becoming more sustainable. The sessions briefly summarised gaps identified within the sector in incorporating sustainability in our events and green talking points that industry players can utilise to nudge behaviours.

2018 Straits Times Run

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2018 Straits Times Run

Our volunteers collected waste, repurposed towels, and rescued excess food to be donated to community centers. Altogether, we collected a massive 388kg of banana peels to be used as compost in community gardens – we’re certain that the crops grew very well for the next few months!

2018 Race Against Cancer

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2018 Race Against Cancer

We’re proud that we made this run for a good cause even more worthy by educating participants on responsible waste disposal. With the help of passionate young volunteers from Victoria Junior College, we collected almost 110kg of fruit peel and reached out to 7,000 participants.

2019 Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon

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×

2019 Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon

Our largest event yet, with a whopping 51,000 participants – small wonder that we ended up with 23 bins of plastic bottles and cans, salvaged 1,300 over towels and a haul of 525.5kg of banana peels at the end of the event! Our army of volunteers worked tirelessly both day and night encouraging the participants to keep the running routes clean and to remind them to dispose of their trash in the proper bins.

Can or Cannot? Making Sustainable Art Events The Norm

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Can or Cannot? Making Sustainable Art Events The Norm

Held during the Singapore International Festival of Arts, the two part series consisted of a \ mapping workshop for the performing arts to diagnose the obstacles to overcome in the industry’s journey towards becoming more sustainable. The sessions briefly summarised gaps identified within the sector in incorporating sustainability in our events and green talking points that industry players can utilise to nudge behaviours.

Project Greenwash

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Project Greenwash

Started with the observation of lack of soap products for migrant workers during the pandemic, this was a workshop series that shared more about waste in the tourism and hospitality sector. Key to the sharing was a hands-on activity that recycled mildly-used soaps from hotels to be redistributed to migrant workers. More than 1,000 workers received the soaps from the series.

Green Collar Careers

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Green Collar Careers

Recognising the rising demand for green jobs, Green Nudge founded an online portal for job-seekers interested in the sustainability industry during the pandemic. Since its launch, the portal has listed over 3,000 jobs with from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand with plans to expand to the rest of ASEAN region.

Dating Cleanups

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Dating Cleanups

Taking inspiration from the popular Korean drama series "Crash Landing On You", we hosted a cleanup on Valentine's Day in 2021 to reach out to singles to meet with likeminded individuals. This expanded the next year where we conducted a similar session leveraging on popularity of the dating game “Singles’ Inferno”.

Project Greenwash

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Project Greenwash

Started with the observation of lack of soap products for migrant workers during the pandemic, this was a workshop series that shared more about waste in the tourism and hospitality sector. Key to the sharing was a hands-on activity that recycled mildly-used soaps from hotels to be redistributed to migrant workers. More than 1,000 workers received the soaps from the series.

Green Collar Careers

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Green Collar Careers

Recognising the rising demand for green jobs, Green Nudge founded an online portal for job-seekers interested in the sustainability industry during the pandemic. Since its launch, the portal has listed over 3,000 jobs with from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand with plans to expand to the rest of ASEAN region.

Dating Cleanups

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Dating Cleanups

Taking inspiration from the popular Korean drama series "Crash Landing On You", we hosted a cleanup on Valentine's Day in 2021 to reach out to singles to meet with likeminded individuals. This expanded the next year where we conducted a similar session leveraging on popularity of the dating game “Singles’ Inferno”.

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