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Author: Tammy Gan

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Tammy is an environmentalist and social media advocate who believes in thinking bigger and deeper about climate change. She hopes that with her actions, we will all grow to become environmentally conscious citizens (not consumers) with hearts for this beautiful planet we call home.

This week is a big week for climate change; the world is gearing up for the Global Climate Strike, Wall Street investment giants are voting against key climate resolutions, private companies are buying up the Amazon, and according to the

SG Climate Rally (SGCR) is Singapore's first physical climate action rally and takes place at Hong Lim Park on the 21st of September. Organised by a new, independent group of 20 concerned Singaporeans, this is quite possibly the most important

This week we're getting updates on fossil fuel investments and subsidies. An island in the Bahamas is underwater. And just released is a publication by the Global Commission on Adaptation's analysis on the huge sum of money we're going to

How does a brand go from fast fashion to conscious production? You might think it isn't possible, but QLOTHÈ has just proven that it is. We sat down with QLOTHÈ's founder, Elvynd Soh, to talk about transparency, sourcing, sustainability, the

This week: 2020 Democrats and the climate get prime time. The Great Barrier Reef gets a status update. A new short documentary on the beauty industry's other dirty little secret is out! And FairPrice trials a plastic bag charge. Catch

This week: The Amazon crisis rages on, while Brazil rejects funds to help put it out. DiCaprio-backed fund donates $5m. Tesco bans brands with excessive plastic packaging and more. Catch up on all you missed this week below.   1. Brazil rejects

This week's sustainability news is big. The world's largest rainforest has been burning for almost twenty days and we *just* found out. WWF releases a scary report about the world's forest animal population. We hear from Greenlanders about their climate