The 2nd edition of EarthFest will be at Marina Barrage with lots to do!
Every year millions of tons of plastics end up in our oceans, the same waters that we fish from. Microplastics have been found in the seafood sold for human consumption, and you can learn more about this problem at EarthFest at a screening of A Plastic Ocean (320 to 520pm). If you missed the film at last year’s SGEFF, here’s another chance to catch it! Get your tickets at: http://plasticocean.peatix.com
This festival is FREE and open from 1030am to 7pm, Fri Nov 10 to Sun Nov 13.
Full program is available here: SGEFF 2016 Program
The festival has been powered by volunteers so please be patient with us! Also, volunteers still needed for this year’s fest and also next years. If you’re interested, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to see you there!
Happy to announce our latest partnership with the Turtle Survival Alliance (TSA)! TSA works around the world to save critically endangered turtle species. I was lucky enough to attend the 14th Annual Symposium on the Conservation & Biology of Tortoises & Freshwater Turtles in New Orleans Jacqui, look! Henry sneaked in and made a lot…
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It’s time again for The Festival of Biodiversity, an annual event organized by the National Parks Board in collaboration with the Biodiversity Roundtable. Initiated in 2012 with the aim of creating awareness and fostering a sense of appreciation for our native biodiversity, this year the Festival is back bigger and better with the theme “Celebrating SG50: Our Natural Heritage”, the Festival hopes to achieve greater outreach by showcasing Singapore’s impressive and unique array of flora and fauna. There will be many interactive stations and workshops for all ages, and for the first time a concert!
Time: 10am to 10pm
For more info: http://festivalofbiodsg.wix.com/festivalofbiodsg
A two day outdoor music and arts festival celebrating the Bornean wildlife and jungle! Set in the lush jungles of the Rainforest Discovery Centre in Sandakan, Sabah, the festival will be a fun, thought-provoking and inspiring journey. Listen to music, participate in workshops, and let the Bornean wildlife come to life before your eyes, as musicians, artists and environmental NGOs from the region entertain you.
Duration: 12pm to 12am Saturday and Sunday, Oct 3 & 4