Trails

Our Trails allow participants to see, hear, smell, touch and even taste sustainability related topics. By weaving in relevant local context, these experiential learning journeys invite participants to explore the relationship between different topics such as heritage, culture and sustainability, and appreciate different perspectives.

Walk with us, so that we can learn together.

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Educate Yourself with Learning Journeys

Sustainability Themes

Experience a half to full day learning journey around an area or neighbourhood that incorporates one or more sustainability themes (e.g. plastic or fabric waste) where experienced facilitators stimulate meaningful discussions among participants with room to explore and reflect. 

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Green Places of Interest

Understand the problem and learn about local green efforts on-the-ground with an experiential visit to places like a materials recovery facility or a community garden on a rooftop carpark in Singapore!

Our Past Event

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!

Project Ecobricks

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Our Past Events

Cleanups
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Special Projects
Sustained Engagements
Talks & sharing
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Semakau Landfill Tour

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Trails
Trails

Project Ecobricks

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Workshops
Workshops

OCBC Bank Coastal Cleanup

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Cleanups
Cleanups

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Find out how you can unearth new perspective and views.

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