Green Drinks December – Systems Risks & Opportunities

Following the successful September event focused on the Limits of Growth, the Beyond Business as Usual series will take it a step further in December to look at how firms are practically tackling the strategic issues of sustainability and then recalibrating their models inflatable tent.


With Gordon Falconer (Director of Urban Innovation, CISCO Systems), Iolanda Meehan (Director of Strategic Service, Haworth), and Mario Van der Meulen (LPK Design) sharing their experiences at the  December 5 event, participants will gain a tangible understanding of how firms are looking across their value chains for opportunity recalibrate their processes, products, and people, reduce risk, and increase opportunity.

With our goal to move beyond inspiration to action, participants will gain insight and tools in areas of design, manufacturing, materials, and reducing waste, so that when you leave the room you will be able to apply what you have learned to take a step forward in driving sustainability forward in your organization.

Sponsored by EATON and Haworth, and in partnership with Green Drinks Singapore, we hope that you will join us in this evening of discussion and learning.

Event detail
Date: December 5, 2013
Time 6:30 – 8:30pm
Location: Haworth Organic Work Space
Costs: 20SGD

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To learn more about the Beyond Business As Usual event series, please click here


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See you at the upcoming Green Drinks – Green Heart Inside The Red Dot

Nominated Member of Parliament Faizah Jamal kicks off the evening by giving a short introduction on the background of the Cross Island Line through the Central Catchment Nature Reserve issue, making references to the Population White Paper Land Use Plan. She will also talk about the engagement between nature groups and the Land Transport Authority (LTA) on this issue.


Tony O’Dempsey will be speaking about the importance of preserving our natural heritage through the Nature Reserves. He will be discussing what is so special about the Central Catchment Nature reserve and how it is more than just “green Space”. Tony will talk in detail about the various threats to our native habitats including the current issue of the Cross Island Line proposed by the LTA as part of its 2013 Master Plan.

Also we’ve heard how an arborist is a ‘protector’ of trees and many of them work for a particular government agency. What does Goh Mia Chun as an arborist do in his tree consultancy firm and what is his role in protecting trees? Find out more…

Date: 23 October 2013 (Wednesday)

Time: 6.30pm onwards

Venue: The Hub, National Youth Council Academy, 113 Somerset Road



We hope you can join us!

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Green Drinks & Beyond Business As Usual: Limits Of Growth


On September 24, Green Drinks presents a new collaborative event on Limits to Growth:

Hosted by Haworth, sponsored by EATON, and in partnership with Family Business Network, this round of Beyond Business As Usual will focus on the Limits of Growth to develop a deeper understanding of the issues that Asia faces. This includes how business leaders can prepare themselves and their organizations.

As a city state that has just celebrated its 48th birthday, and one that is constantly looking for an opportunity to increase its competitiveness, Singapore has proactively addressed many of its physical limits to growth. For Singapore to remain competitive, it needs to address several key areas of energy, waste, and food. To discuss these issues and how they will affect business, a panel from diverse backgrounds will share their views and how they are positioning their firms going forward.

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Keep Singapore Clean – NDP Animation

This National Day, let’s work together to keep Singapore clean and green while celebrating what makes us Singapore.

Cristiano Ronaldo Scores As Ambassador of Mangrove Care Forum In Bali, Indonesia

We were live at the Mangrove Care Forum in Bali to witness football hero, Cristiano Ronaldo, along with President Bambang Susilo Yudhyono and other important Indonesian ministers take actions to raise awareness for the negative impact that negligent business operations has had on the Mangroves of Indonesia and also to gain support in restoring these natural habitats.

The mangrove tree planting ceremony which took place on the 26th of June 2013, as said by Cristiano Ronaldo himself, was performed in a bid to inspire the youth in Indonesia to be more concerned about their natural ecosystems, and to be more aware of the damage that the neglect of doing so would cause to the future of the country along with the rest of the world 兔子滑梯.

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Green Drinks Singapore June 2013 – LET’S TALK

June witnessed many environmental events occupied the front page in the media. Haze, dengue, Green Singapore Sale, New York composting, the list goes on. Where do you take these issues in your personal lives? How do you make plans for your future? What is the industry opinion? What actions can we take? How far would you inconvenience your lifestyle for the future generation’s food supplies inflatable slides?

These are all valid questions! Mingle around like-minded people helps to affirm our steps towards environmental sustainability.

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Pop-Up Green Drinks Networking Tuesday!



Sponsored by Veolia, and in collaboration with the good folks at Waste Management & Recycling Association Of Singapore (WMRAS),  we’re happy to announce Pop-Up Green Drinks: Networking Tuesday!

Our aim is to connect the Singapore green community, to encourage collaboration and to get to know each other a little bit better. Expect networking activities, opportunities to shout out about the good work that you do, sprinkled with a good dose of fun and laughter in between – So don’t forget your box of name cards. Also, thanks to our sponsor, Veolia, food and drink will be provided FREE.

NOTE: There is limited space of 70 seats available, so RSVP at early to get on the list!

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