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EarthFest Talks by Green Is The New Black

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New year, fresh footprints, are yours green?

We are living on the planet like we have another one to go too, but there is no planet b. All of us are playing a part.
This January, we are partnering with the awesome EarthFest 2018 to bring you the EarthFest Talks. It’s going to be an incredible 3 power hours of talks to learn how you can be part of the solution and walk away with #LittleGreenSteps you can take to be part of the eco-revolution. Need we say more?! Keep scrolling for all the deets.
 

 
 
SESSION 1) ECO-WARRIOR 101 [11:45AM-12:45PM]
Good planets are hard to find.
In this session we will explore concepts every environmentalist should know, different ‘camps’ of environmentalists and what can and cannot be recycled.
Hear from: Paula Miquelis the Creative Director of Green Is The New Black, Heng Jia Min and Neo Xiaoyun from I’dECO (Yale-NUS College Sustainability Movement), Chris Jensen the Co-Founder of Climate Conversations.
 
SESSION 2) PALM OIL UNEARTHED [1:00PM-2:00PM]
One of the ‘dirtiest’ ingredients on our shelves and how it’s getting clean. 
In this session, we will have a screening of ‘The Haze Fighters of Sungai Tohor’, followed by a panel discussion unearthing palm oil and the haze.
Hear from: Pek ShiBao the Policy Research Analyst (Sustainability) at the Singapore Institute of International Affairs, Zhang Wen the Executive Director of PM Haze, Kim Stengert the Director of Communications WWF-SG and Andrew Tjioe the CEO of TungLok Group.
 
SESSION 3) THE PLANT-BASED REVOLUTION [2:15PM-3: 15 PM]
Mother nature, animals and your body will thank you! 
In this session, we will dive into the impact of our food choices have on the planet and on fellow earthlings, food hacks and one man’s quest to have a population of 1 billion vegetarians and vegans.
Hear from: Rebecca Cappelli founder of Let Us Be Heroes, and Vikas Garg founder of abillionVeg.
 
Start 2018 with a bang and get your tickets to the Talks right here.
Have kids? Not a problem, bring them down for FREE just drop us a message to register them at holla@greenisthenewblack.asia.
N.B. Entry to the rest of the event is FREE. Head on over to earthfestsingapore.com to see the other activities.
#LittleGreenSteps to #LiveMoreConsciously

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Stephanie is the founder of Green Is The New Black. She is a marketer, event organiser and avid connector of conscious individuals and brands. She loves bringing people together to connect, find inspiration, gain knowledge and be able to take action to create a better life.

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