SPACE by Souley Green

There are tons of reusable bottles available on the market today, and many have gone into the limelight due to the recent zero waste craze on social media and various news channels. Collapsible cups and reusable coffee cups are currently taking the market by storm. However copper bottles, on the other hand, don't get much recognition from the media even though people in India and other south Asian countries have used them for thousands of years. The practice of drinking water from copper bottles, or Tamra Jal (therapeutic water in Sanskrit) is widely known for its health benefits according ...
Whether you are an Eco-Warrior or getting acquainted with the term “Single-use plastic” for the first time, Sustainable Singapore Gallery is a place for everyone to gain insights on Singapore’s environmental sustainability efforts and how we can contribute as individuals. The journey is broken down into 7 main sections: Zone A: Red Dot Zone B: From The First Drop Zone C: A First Class Oasis Zone D: City of the Future Zone E: The Journey to Zero Zone F: Future Tense For more information, Little Day Out gave a concise introduction to each section. Today, I’m sharing my personal experience v...
Each year, more than 100 million animals—including mice, rats, frogs, dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, monkeys, fish, and birds—are killed in U.S. laboratories for experimentation and testings. Here's why you should make the switch: #1. ANIMAL TESTING IS MORE THAN WHAT YOU THINK IT IS Some are forced to inhale toxic fumes, others immobilised in restraint devices for hours, some have holes drilled into their skulls, and others have their skin burned off or their spinal cords crushed.   #2. IT IS SIMPLY UNNECESSARY  To formulate their products, companies can choose from a list of ...

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