I have come to my last blog post, but this will not be the end of my sustainable journey. It has been a very fruitful journey learning about the various things I can do in my life to make it more sustainable as an individual. Continue reading Life Giving Earth
In my previous post, I said that I will start using the bar soap. There are so many options out there in the market, but I chose something that I was more familiar with for a start. Continue reading Sustainable Soaping (2)
Hi Friends! As I look for more ways to make my own lifestyle more sustainable, I decided to look into something we use very commonly (I hope!) — the body soap. I have been using The Body Shop’s liquid soaps for quite some time, as they claim to be made from sustainable sources. I was thinking if there is such a thing as “more sustainable soap”? If so, what kinds of soap should we be looking at? Continue reading Sustainable soaping (1)
Global warming is becoming worse with each passing day and yet, people are still doing so much to contribute to the ever increasing temperatures. This is further exacerbated by the burning of fossil fuels in order to meet our constant demand for energy and electricity. As people scamper back into their homes to find relief from the heat in the soothing, cool breeze of the air-conditioners, they inevitably contribute to a portion of global warming. Continue reading Cooling off without the melting
Ever since KFC banned the use of single-use plastic straws and lids in their stores on June 2018, there appears to be an increasing appeal for metal straws among those who are more supportive of “going green” (The Straits Times, 2018; Ong, 2018). Continue reading Mindfulness for our Earth
In my last post, I talked about the low rates of domestic recycling and how convenient it is to place all our waste into the trash bin without any consideration for recyclables. Today, I want to talk about what can be recycled and what we should do before recycling. Continue reading Put Right Waste in the Right Place!
The past week has been a fruitful one as I progress on to week 5 of my course, and delve deeper into complex environmental issues. I would like to begin my journey by looking at some of the facts regarding Singapore’s recycling habits so as to provide some context.
Continue reading Singapore is not interested in Recycling?
I am Jet and I am pursuing a degree in Environmental Studies. I was thinking what kind of blog I want to embark on and my inspiration came from what kind of lifestyle I wanted for myself. So I thought, how can change my living habits to become more green?
Continue reading The Big Bang Inspiration