“Only if we understand, can we care. Only if we care, we will help. Only if we help, we shall be saved.” 

Dr Jane Goodall

Most of us are familiar with problems like climate change, and we know that we need to go green or help the environment for the sake of our future, yada yada. We always hear about how a new species is going extinct, or how coral reefs are in danger of dying out. How we need to stop using plastic straws and bags to help sea turtles.

But there’s a lot of information out there on going green, and in a lot of cases people often get stuck because they don’t know where to start. There is a lot just one person can do to help the environment, so it is pretty easy to get lost in all of that.

So that’s what I want to help with! Untangling the whole mess of information and making it a lot simpler and more accessible for you to be more aware of environmental issues, and how you can help in your own way.

Here’s some of the things I’ll be talking about. You can access these categories up in the Posts tab!

Sustainable Living

Most of us know that humans don’t have the best effect on the environment, but making a lifestyle change can be difficult and a little more complicated than expected.

Here’s a couple posts to help you navigate the whole mess.

Conservation Issues

Things like climate change and pollution are pretty widely talked about, but they’re far from the only issues wildlife face. Here’s a couple of others you might not know about.

This category is more for general awareness and delving deeper into common issues, and shedding a light on some other problems you may not have known about.

Wild Singapore

Here in Singapore, many of us are actually surrounded by wildlife, whether or not we notice it.

This category’s more geared towards local wildlife, how to spot and safely observe them, and what you should do if you’re lucky enough (or unlucky enough!) to ever encounter them.

Check it out here!

Latest Posts

Alien Invaders!

Aliens??? Well, when it comes to wildlife, the term ‘alien species’ basically refers to any species found in a habitat outside of its native range. Basically, species that are here that aren’t supposed to be thanks to humans, be it accidental (eg. stowaways) or intentional (eg. releases). You may have heard of the term ‘Invasive…

Plastic recycling is not the solution.

We’re all familiar with the 3Rs – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. As we learnt in school, these are the best ways for us to help with managing our trash, and it is true – to a certain extent. Let’s take a look at some stats. When we analyse the National Environmental Agency’s Waste Statistics we…

helping the environment is a pain.

Going green really quite troublesome. There’s always something new you’d have to remove or change in your life just because it’s bad for the environment. So why bother? After all, we’ve all lived a certain way for a large portion of our lives and it’s been mostly fine. Uprooting all of that now by changing…

Circuit Breaker Series : Reduce and Reuse

So what’s up with all the trash talk? Picture your typical takeaway lunch run to the hawker centre. You get Hokkien mee, and the nice auntie helps you pack it in a styrofoam container, gives you some utensils and puts it in a nice plastic bag for you. That happens all over the island. Every…


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