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The Conscious Scoop: Environmental Awareness through Virtual Reality & Vegan Posters dominated London Tube

Diving into Virtual Reality (VR) and seeing posters plastered all over your morning commute? Our world is getting bolder, crazier and closer than ever. And we absolutely love it.

Check out the latest news on sustainability happening around the world today!


1. VR as a tool for environmental education

If you were there for the Singapore’s Eco-Film Festival, you would have noticed VR headsets at the Straits Times booth. The Straits Times wants you to explore what Singapore will be like in the next century, especially in the face of climate change.

VR can change the way we do good. 


2. Reebok launches eco-friendly footwear line

Reebok is back in the game with new shoes made from sustainably-produced materials. They’ve just launched a pair of kicks that care more about the environment than some humans in the world do; Check out these beyond-gorgeous plant-based shoes, that are here to win the real green game of sustainable goods.

I wanna cop one of that. 


3. A treehouse for Adults

Perfect for a quick couple’s getaway or just a nice respite from the hustle and bustle of city life, these treehouses are great for you. Sustainably powered by solar energy, and minimising damage to the natural environment, this lodge is the perfect eco-friendly and peaceful little place to just go be!

Who said adults can’t have fun?


4. Vegan posters take over London Tube

In celebration of Vegan Month, PETA plastered a London tube station with campaign posters about reducing meat consumption, featuring the slogan “I’m me, not meat”. They don’t just tell you about going cruetly-free- they’re also aimed at helping you really understand the plight of sea life and animals in this day and age.

There’s no missing it for sure. 


5. Latin America & Caribbean taking steps towards reducing plastic waste

With more and more countries coming on board, we are seeing greater calls for commitment to reduce plastic consumption and waste. Be it through building bio-walls or educating individuals, these countries are definitely moving in the right direction.

Waste not, want not. 

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An environmentalist, avid baker, and a dreamer with a goal to open the world of conscious living and responsible consumerism to Singaporeans and hopefully the rest of the world! She’s currently an undergraduate who’s hungry for an exciting adventure - or mostly just hungry. She hopes that by the time she graduates, she can help herself and her community leave green footsteps on this Earth we call home. 

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