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The Jane Effect

Looking to be inspired? Come down and listen to Dr. Jane Goodall, renowned primatologist, environmentalist and United Nations Messenger of Peace. Dr. Goodall is considered to be the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees. Over 80 years of age now, she still travels an average of 300 days per year to speak to packed auditoriums about the threats facing chimpanzees, other environmental crises, and her reasons for hope that humankind will ultimately solve the problems it has imposed on the Earth.

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#EcoClick2015 Nature Photo Competition

Looking for some fun programs this New Year? Come and join the #EcoClick2015 Nature Photo Competition organized by Earthlink NTU. It is a campus-wide photo competition where you can showcase your passion in nature as well as influence others to support the environmental conservation efforts through your actions! Prepare your camera, get out into the field and snap a picture of various flora and fauna you see!

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Recent Earthlink Events

Earthlink Jalan-Jalan 2014

Last Saturday, 13th December 2014 was a bright sunny day for a group of nature explorers from Earthlink to take a stroll down to parks in the southern ridges of Singapore starting from Kent Ridge Park to Mount Faber Park. The 6-kilometre walk was accompanied by sharing of knowledge on the encountered flora and fauna in the areas by fellow Nature Guiding Committee.

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EcoInk 2013/2014 is uploaded!

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How can I go green in 2015?

Trends need not be fickle engines of pure consumerism. We have them in ethical living, too you know. 2015 is all about self-reliance. More dynamic than the downshifting trend (work fewer hours, move to the countryside, keep bees), self-reliance is about actively claiming ownership of our lives and wresting supply chains from global corporations. So from food to finance, watch out for local organisations which offer alternative ways of doing things and systems that are not reliant on the whims of big business or local government. Read more...


Can Zambia save its environment with marijuana?

For decades, Zambia has staked its economic fortunes on copper mining. But when voters in this southern African nation go to the polls in January to select a new president, at least one candidate will be looking to send that tradition up in smoke. Read more...


Will Obama's climate surprise deliver a global deal?

China and the US agree a deal on climate but does it bring a global treaty any closer? Back in 2009, the US signed the Copenhagen Accord and pledged that they would cut their emissions in 2025 by 30% compared to 2005 levels. The world hissed and booed, and called it a failure. Read more...



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