- ACRES activism Animals Biodiversity Books Bukit Brown Bukit Timah Nature Reserve Cambridge Camping Changi Chek Jawa Cicada Tree climate change climbing Conservation Consumerism Coral reefs Cyrene Reef Dairy Farm deforestation Earth day Earth Summit East Coast Park Ecolit Ecology Education environment Environmentalism extinction Fieldwork geology Gerik Governance Guiding Hiking ICCS inspiration JGIS Labrador Nature Reserve Lim Chu Kang Macritchie Malaysia Marine environment Marine trash Mega Marine Survey NParks NUS outdoors Outreach Pasir Ris Park Plants Pulau Semakau Pulau Ubin Rimba RMBR Serangoon reservoir Singapore St John's Island Sungei Buloh sustainable development Tanah Merah Tanjong Rimau Team Seagrass TMSI Toddycats UK UN UNEP Walks of Life WED wildlife writing WWD Year-round cleanup Zoo
- I’ve moved!
- The last of the Greater Patagonian Trail update.
- Part 3: Puerto Ibañez to El Chaltén – Heading south in search of Mount Fitzroy
- Part 2: El Bolsón to Puerto Ibañez – hitching down the Carretera Austral, Patagonia proper & experiencing English weather
- Part 1: Coñaripe to El Bolsón – when we came close to starvation and started changing our plans
- The end of our expedition
- A month on trail
- Rekindling natural curiosities
Tag Archives: Lim Chu Kang
Today, the world celebrates International Coastal Cleanup! In every participating country, on the 3rd Saturday of September, motivated groups swoop down upon the coastal areas (beaches, mangroves, and some even dive) to clear up the marine trash that litter our … Continue reading
Once again it’s the time for hanging of our national flag and singing patriotic songs and declaring our love for Singapore! There may be many issues that we are unhappy about, but ultimate this is where I grew up, with … Continue reading
A pretty backdated post on ICCS 2011 (17 September 2011), but I had already previously posted on the ICCS blog (Uncovering the mangroves at the inaugural Lim Chu Kang East cleanup) so I didn’t feel the pressing need to post … Continue reading
I have not done a coastal cleanup in ages — since 2005 to be exact. But this year, after joining ICCS Otters, I have been anticipating the coastal cleanups. And today (6 August 2011), 64 awesome Singaporeans/residents of Singapore headed … Continue reading