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!
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Every year, volunteers with the International Coastal Cleanup Singapore (ICCS) celebrate National Day with a coastal cleanup @ Lim Chu Kang beach and mangrove. This year, they will be working on Saturday 6th Aug 2016: 8.00am – 10.30am.
To join in, Sign up here by 1st August 2016!
Transport will be provided from Kranji MRT to the cleanup site @ Lim Chu Kang beach and mangrove.
Get excited .::. The 1st Singapore Eco Film Fest #SGEFF is taking place this year and Biodiversity Connections is one of the community partners!
The fest will showcase films on environmental issues relevant to Singaporeans and our regional neighbours e.g. haze, food and e-waste; just as importantly, there will be workshops, panels, children’s activities and more to engage and inspire participants. All activities held throughout the festival will aim to engage participants creatively on how they can contribute to sustainable changes locally and globally.
Our mascot for SGEFF is (what else?!) a pangolin so here’s a little Friday doodle from Nikhita Venkateish, one of the lovely volunteers helping SGEFF get up and running.
Check out the website for more information and updates. Please get in touch if you would like to get involved!
The Toddycats need your help and Ubin needs more love!
You can volunteer with the Toddycats for their Pedal Ubin program or as an Exhibition Guide to talk about marine life, civets and otters. Sign up at tinyurl.com/toddycats-ubinday2015. A training workshop will be conducted on Sat 06 Jun 2015.