I am in a fb group called “Journey to Zero Waste”. A group of strangers who are interested in going zero-waste and we share stories and also tips on how to transit to produces lesser waste. Fabian, one of the members of the group, organised trips to Senoko Waste to Energy Plant and also, Semakau Island.… Read More A visit to Senoko Waste to Energy Plant by Liana Nadhirah
Imagine walking in a park shaded by tall trees, breathing in the fresh air and listening to the birds chirping. Have you ever thought how amazing is He who has created all these creations? Surely, the open book of nature contains precious spiritual messages for mankind’s constant reflection, so that they could come to know… Read More One-Minute Dawah: Be Responsible (Environment)
This May, FiTree launched our first campaign to encourage the youth to take action on saving the environment. With the title May We Go Green, FiTree wants to invite everyone to come #ReportingForDuty in our part to save the environment. Throughout the month, there will be activities for each type of interest. At FiTree Fair… Read More MAY we go green!
On Sunday, I visited Pulau Semakau together with the Repair Kopitiam coaches. It was my second time to the landfill island. My previous visit was during a Secondary 3 learning journey. Back then, I found it uninteresting and could not appreciate the pertinent issues surrounding waste management. Fast forward, a Pulau Semakau visit was indeed… Read More A visit to Pulau Semakau by Liyana and Sufyan
I’ve gotten to spend much of the last few days in one of my favorite corners of the planet, the gorgeous Canadian city, Vancouver. It’s an amazingly cosmopolitan city: snow-capped mountains meeting the Pacific Ocean, forests galore, an enormous park in the middle of the city that makes New York City’s Central Park blush. Extraordinary… Read More On being: The Microclimates of Life by Omid Safi