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Our Singapore Conversation for the Green Community

January 20, 2013
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ST article by Grace Chua

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Zaobao article by Li Yuanyi

Thanks to all the participants for turning up yesterday, despite the rain! Hope you had a fruitful discussion and the opportunity to explore collaborations with other members of the green community. Let this be the beginning of more conversations and actions for our green future!

Not surprisingly, climate change came up in several of the small group discussions as one of the major concerns facing the green community representatives here in Singapore and that we should begin to take the lead in climate change responses now.

Group 1's Poster after the 2nd Small Group Conversations on "What do we want to see in the future?"

Group 1’s Poster after the 2nd Small Group Conversations on “What do we want to see in the future?”

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Solutions proposed

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Our Singapore Conversation (OSC) for the Green Community held on 19th January from 9.30am-12.30pm at Singapore Polytechnic

Special thanks to Eugene, Faizah for coordinating and also the following:

– Singapore Polytechnic Environment Club, especially Elaine, Li Min and Nazurah, and Student Development Officer, Valerie
– Facilitators: Vaneeta, Yeung Lee, Dave, Bhavani, Lastrina, Melissa (that’s me!), Zafirah, November
– Scribes: Farhan, Chin Hsien, Yang Xuan, Ding Li, Ezra, Veronica, Isabela, Pricilia
– Photographer:Hari
– Videographer: Alicia
– Our young volunteers from SOTA
– Our Singapore Programme Office: Daniel, Stephanie and Nicholas

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