About CNA Green Plan
Mediacorp is committed to sustainability and the CNA Green Plan is yet another indication of that commitment.
The CNA Green Plan will shine a spotlight on the key challenges Singapore faces due to climate change. It aims to rally the nation to make the changes that will ensure a sustainable future for all of us. And it hopes to do this by inspiring individuals to see where, in their day-to-day life, they can take the small steps to go green.
The five pillars of the Singapore Green Plan 2030 will provide the framework for the CNA Green Plan.
TAKE THE GREEN PLEDGE WINNING ENTRIES
1. My family installed the toilet-sink combo. Taking into consideration the defining aspects of this ... More
My most interesting green tip is I stopped buying any new furniture since 5 years ago. My most favourite furniture recycle work is to remake the ...More
This is an Actionable Green Tip by my 9-year-old son. Back in Feb, he asked me to start a Reduce and Reuse project in our neighbourhood. We cut ... More
One interesting green tip is upcycling unwanted CDs. In fact, a CD is almost pure polycarbonate plastic. I have decided to make use of this ... More
I am pledge for zero waste. Since plastic packaging makes our lives more convenient, but at what expense? Its durability means that it never dis ... More
I found another Tube TV at the void deck. Many say its impossible to recycle an old Spoilt Tube TV. I can proved that this can be done.My #GreenChallenge ... More
Just some interesting green tips I've picked up over time! Even though they may be inconvenient at first, it slowly becomes a way of life for a mo ... More
here are some of my green tips 🌱: 1. Don’t kill spiders ‼️ there are an estimated 40,000 species of spiders, and they all eat insects. They're an ... More
as a child i always felt unsettled that my mum would pick up old furnitures that others dispose below our block. however, i would watch her clean ... More
the following are my most interesting green tips - fyi, first letters in brackets form the word "sustainability" ------------------- 🌏 [S]upport retail ... More
Some interesting green tip my family does is:
1. Using the toilet one after another before flushing ( pls don’t judge 🤣 you save 6 gallons of water ... More
my most interesting green tip is to reuse and make my own paper! i would shred used papers and soak them in water. After which, i would blend it and ... More
Puay Eng Gan
Green your kids - Bread without bags
This is a green habit that we have been hoping to start but was too “paisay” to do so ‘cos we have not ... More
I Pledge to Cook more Onepot meals as a more sustainable way of living so that I... 1) buy just adequate ingredients that can fit into the pot & reduce ... More
Seline Paisely Tan
I love baking and instead of buying all the baking products,I reuse some of the mini pots I got from overseas last time to bake, I need to sterilize ... More
My Own Green Plan
Every single step we take towards going green can never be too small. While the CNA Green Plan creates touchpoints at a national level to help contribute towards the SG Green Plan goals of 2030, My Own Green Plan celebrates the personalized and concerted efforts of Singaporeans and corporates from all walks of life. Their journey towards a sustainable future is revealed through a combination of social experiments and challenges, to inspire action in the community.
My Own Green Plan - S1: Protecting Singapore’s Biodiversity
Protecting Singapore's Biodiversity
Singapore has greater biodiversity than North America, a fact that may come as a surprise to many people. Join host Joakim Gomez on My Own Green Plan as he finds out why and how we should protect our precious biodiversity as we pursue our vision of a City in Nature.