This site is dedicated to the urgent issue of Global Warming. It showcases various scientific information on Global warming and shows some solutions recommended by Environmental scientists. The site also features the activities that Earth Society (Global Warming Study Group) conducted to increase Environmental Awareness among the people.
During the June holidays, 4 student care
centers invited Earth Society to conduct Global Warming talks at their centers.
Mdm Evelyn Sim, Manager of Proteach (Payar
Lebar) and Proteach (Townsville Primary), invited Earth Society to conduct 2
talks for her students on 30 May. Mdm Evelyn had planned a series of events to
celebrate World Environment Day (22 Jun) and the talk would kick-start the
eco-friendly programs for her student care centers.
30 May, Earth Society team arrived at Proteach (Payar
Lebar) at 9.45 am. We conducted a Global warming talk for 30 students from 10
to 11 am. We conducted another talk for 50 students at Proteach (Townsville
Primary) from 1 to 2 pm.
The students listened to the talk attentively
and participated actively in the Quiz after the talk.
Mdm Uma Rai from Ace at work student care center (Teck Ghee Primary), invited Earth Society to conduct a talk at the school-based
student care centre on 10 Jun. 50 students attended the talk.
Ms Ng Lai Yong, Supervisor of Sheng Hong student care
center, invited Earth Society to conduct a
talk at the centre on 15 Jun. 40 students attended the talk. This is the 3rd
time Ms Ng invited us to her student care center to share environmental info
with her students.
Feedback from Students:
how to protect the Earth. We can eat more vegetables than meat. Each one of us
can make a great difference in the world.
– Hannah Ong, P6, Pro-teach student care
the presentation. I learnt that we can make a difference in many ways to help
the Earth. – Clarissa Joy, P3,
Pro-teach student care
enjoyed the talk because I get to learn about global warming and what is
happing to Earth. - Reanne Loong Li Xuan, P2, Ace student care.
enjoyed the talk. I learn to conserve energy, water and plant trees.
Lau, Admin officer of Jebsen & Jessen Business Service Pte Ltd, invited
Earth Society to conduct a company lunch talk for 30 employees on 20 May.
We had conducted a Global Warming talk to their staff on Nov last
year. This is the 2nd year their EHS (Environment, Health and Safety)
team invite us to conduct a talk.
On 20 May, Earth Society
members reached Jebsen & Jessen at 11.15 am. We conducted
an Environmental Conservation talk for the staffs from 11.30 am to 12.30 pm.
We presented on the
situation of Overfishing in our Oceans, Deforestation on our
Land, and Green house gas emissions in our Atmosphere. We covered topics such
as overfishing, biodiversity losses, factory farming, climate change and water
Staffs of Jebsen &
Jessen listened attentively to the talk. In the Q & A session, many staffs asked questions on factory
farming, Genetically Modified Food (GMO) and Over fishing. We had a fruitful
discussion and many staffs were enthusiastic about protecting the environment
after the talk.
impactful talk! Simple to understand and mind-expanding.
Chan, Exec Vice-Chairman, Jebsen and Jessen
Chung Cheng High invited Earth Society to conduct an Assembly talk
for the Sec 1 students on 26 May. Chung Cheng High has invited us to speak to
their students for 5 consecutive years (from 2012 to 2016).
On 26 May, we conducted a Global Warming Assembly talk to the
students from 10.40 to 11.30 pm. Students listened to the presentation and
actively participate in the Quiz at the end of the talk.
North Vista Secondary Green committee invited Earth Society to conduct
an Assembly talk for their Sec 1 and Sec 2 students on 27 May.
On 27 May, we conducted a Global Warming talk for the students from 7.50 am to 8.30 am. Students and
teachers listened attentively to the talk. After the talk, we set up a booth at
the school canteen to pass more info to interested teachers and students. We left
the school at 11am.
really like the program because we can learn about global warming and how we
should prevent it. It will help us a lot in the future. – Glenda, Sec 1, North Vista Sec
the talk very much. It helped me better understand about global warming and how
to reduce it. – Maryann, Sec 1, North
Dulwich College, an International school with many European students,
invited Earth Society to conduct an
Assembly talk for their Senior School students on 20 May.
On 20 May, we arrived at Dulwich College at 8.35 am. Mr Richard Lee,
a senior school teacher, welcome us at the reception counter and escorted us
into their school hall.
We conducted a Global warming talk to 200 senior school students
from 8.50 till 9.30 am. We presented on how climate change is affecting various
countries in the world and what can we do to reduce global warming. (plant
trees, eat less meat, green energy, 3Rs). The students listened attentively to
the talk and many students asked questions during the Q & A session after
the talk. We observed that students in international schools are more willing
to express their views on the topic presented.
When Mr Richard asked how many students are willing to go veggie 1
day a week to help to reduce climate change. Almost all the students raised
their hands ! We are hugely encouraged by the enthusiastic response from the
students and have more Hope for the future of the world.
Feedback from students:
- Good selection of videos to help understanding the topic.
- Useful Satellite maps showing change in deforestation.
- Good questions and finishing sentences.
- Very useful information, learnt a lot.
- Some slides are too congested and didn't have time to take
in all the information.
- Let the video play rather than editing just a short clip.
As part of EarthFlim Festival 2016 (http://earthfestsingapore.com/), many
environment groups screened the ground- breaking documentary “Cowspiracy” to
their members and associates in Apr.
Hailed by acclaimed
director, Darren Aronofsky, as “a documentary that will rock and inspire the
environmental movement”, Cowspiracy explores the impact of animal agriculture
on the environment, and investigates the policies of environmental
organizations such as Greenpeace, Sierra Club and Rainforest Action Network on
Earth Society was invited to attend 2 screening events to
act as panellist to assist in the Discussions after the documentary screening.
The first screening event was organized by the Focus on Food Club
World College Of South East Asia (UWCSEA) - East Campus.
On 20 Apr, the club held
a Cowspiracy Screening and Discussion
event at their campus for 40 students and parents from 4:30 pm
to 6:45 pm. They
invited 2 UWCSEA teachers and 2 NGOs (ACRES and Earth Society) to participate
in the panellist discussion.
watching the documentary, Grace
Windheim and Adinda Soerono from the Focus on food Club facilitated a
discussion on the documentary. The audience asked many questions on animal
agriculture, shifting consumer habits, adopting veggie days etc. We had a lively
and fruitful discussion followed by a veggie dinner provided by the school.
second event was a private screening held at Trellis Towers Condominium
Mr Wan Siew Onn and Mr Thim, residents of Trellis Towers, organized
the screening and discussion in support of Earthfilm Festival. The event was
held on 24 Apr from 5 pm to 7 pm followed by a veggie potluck dinner. About 30 people
attended the event.
Encouraged by the response of the audience to the documentary,
Earth Society organized a Cowspiracy Screening and Discussion event for
teachers and associates at Kampung Senang on 04 Jun. About 20 people attended
the screening event.
We are glad that various environment groups are taking the
initiative to screen the documentary and reach out to their communities to
promote environmental awareness and a sustainable way of living. We hope to see
more of such Eco-friendly initiatives in the future to encourage everyone to join
in to protect the environment.
Earth Society received invitations from 2 primary schools to
conduct an Assembly talk for their students on 20 Apr.
Hua Min Primary invited Earth Society to conduct a Global Warming
Assembly talk for the school cohort in the morning while Nan Hua Primary invited
us to conduct an Assembly talk for the school cohort in the afternoon.
On 20 Apr, we conducted a Global Warming talk at Hua Min Primary
from 8 to 8.30 am. We then conduct another Assembly talk for Nan Hua Primary
students from 1 pm to 1.30 pm. Students
and teachers listened attentively to the talk.
Thank you for the
wonderful talk in April. The kids thoroughly enjoyed it. They loved the videos
and were more aware of how they can contribute to help save Earth.
Teachers have expressed
similar thoughts. We found the videos attention- catching and informative and the
speaker was clear and confident. Some, however felt that some portion of the
content may be too difficult for the lower primary students to handle. But the
speaker had overcome that through the videos. It is only hopeful that the
students have understood the messages embedded in the video. - Mrs Sarah, Teacher,
Hua Min Primary
Very informative presentation, reminds us of our primary
responsibility to save the Earth -
Mr John Chew, Teacher, Nan Hua Primary
Bendemeer Secondary invited Earth Society to conduct a Global
Warming Assembly talk for the Sec 1 and Sec 2 students on 12 Apr.
On 12 Apr, we conducted an Assembly talk to the students from 1.30 to 2.30pm.
Students listened to the presentation and actively participate in the Quiz at
the end of the talk.
As part of the Earth Day program, Regent Secondary invited Earth
Society to conduct an Assembly talk for Sec 1 to Sec 3 students on 14 Apr.
On 14 Apr, we conducted a Global Warming talk to Sec 1 to Sec 3 students from 1.15 pm to 1.45 pm.
Students and teachers listened attentively to the talk.
Secondary invited Earth Society to conduct an Assembly talk for Sec 1 to Sec 4
students on 18 Apr.
On 18 Apr, we arrived at
Sembawang Secondary at 1 pm. We conducted an Assembly talk from 1.15 to 1.50 pm
for the school cohort. We presented on how Global Warming affects the world and
what we can do to reduce climate change.
After the talk, we set
up a booth at the school canteen to pass more info to interested teachers and
students. We left the school at 2.40 pm.
Mdm Bhagya, Green Club Teacher-in-charge in Sembawang Secondary
compiled the following feedback from the teachers who attended the talk:
Informative and engaging talk
Good use of videos
Talk was relevant and linked to
Good link of healthy eating to
Some videos may need subtitles.
Food waste minimization as part
of environment talk was new and refreshing.
Shu Qun Primary invited Earth Society to conduct 2 Global Warming
Assembly talk for the lower primary and upper primary students on 02 Mar.
On 2 Mar, we conducted an Assembly talk for P1 to P3 students from 10.15 to
10.45 am. We conduct another Assembly talk for P4 to P6 students from 11.45 to
12.15 pm. Students and teachers listened attentively to the presentation.
As part of the school’s Earth Hour activities, Balestier Hill
Primary invited Earth Society to conduct a talk for the school cohort on 21
Mar. We conduct a talk to the school cohort from 1.15 to 1.45 pm and set up a
booth at the canteen till 2.30 pm. Teachers and students visited our booth to
get more information on climate change.
On 28 Mar, Pasir Ris Primary invited Earth Society to conduct a
talk for their students. We conducted a Global Warming Assembly talk for P4 to
P6 students from 7.30 to 8 am. We
presented on how Global warming is affecting the planet and what can we do to
reduce climate change. Students and teachers listened attentively to the
After the talk, we set
up a booth at the school canteen. At the booth area, Pasir Ris Primary staff
provided us a TV screen with internet connections. Thus, we showed “Animals
Save the Planet” cartoons to students who visited our booth. We manned the
booth till 11.10 am and leave the school at 11.20 am.
Thank you so much for
such an informative assembly talk. My pupils and teachers have learnt a lot
from your presentation and some were even motivated to join the Thursday No
Meat Day. We were brought so much closer to reality when you presented the
factual data on some of the environmental issues that we faced.
We'd also like to thank
you for extending the learning to their recess time and for showing them
relevant videos at the canteen, as well as the CD that you have given us. - Ms Indriana Seet, Level Head Science, Pasir
- The assembly created
an awareness among pupils and teacher alike about the importance of managing
our planet in the best possible way.
- Strategy and tips on
reducing the effect of global warming were emphasized and elaborated. It was an
excellent platform for the pupils to know and be aware of global warming.
- Interesting videos
that are age-appropriate to engage the pupils, thank you!
talk was informative. I learn about green house gas and carbon emissions. I
like the videos which make learning more fun. – Sharanya, P6 Pasir Ris Primary
I like the
talk, it gave me knowledge. I learn that Mother Earth is in trouble and we are
the ones that can save it. I also learn how to help to save the Earth. – Chok
Wei Xin, P5, Pasir Ris Primary
I like the
talk because it is interesting. I will do my part to protect the Earth. - Leanne
Tey, P4, Pasir Ris Primary
Ms Phneah Swee Xin, Events Executive from Nanyang Technological
University Earthlink invited Earth Society to set up a booth during their NTU
GreenFest event on 14 & 15 Mar. This is the 3rd year NTU
Earthlink invited us to their event. Other organizations that participated in
the event include NParks, NEA, SEC, PM Haze etc.
On 14 Mar, NTU Earthlink invited Professor Alexander Zehnder
to grace the opening ceremony for EarthFest. At the opening ceremony, NTU
Earthlink launched Green
Monday, a movement to encourage students to go-Veggie-one-day-a-week (on
Mondays) to reduce climate change and to conserve the food and water resources
of the planet.
On 14 and 15 Mar, Earth Society members set up and manned a booth
at NTU LT1A Canopy K from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm. At our booth, students watched a
2 mins video clip on “How Global Warming is affecting the world?”. After
watching the clip, they would answer 2 questions based on the video to get a
stamp on their GreenFest card. When they have completed the activities in their
GreenFest card, they can exchange the card for a token prize from NTU Earthlink.
At the end of the event, many students showed interest in the ways
to reduce global warming and signed up in our email list to receive more
information on environmental protection.
Mr Koh Wee Meng, an Executive
of Health, Safety, Environment (HSE) in Singapore Petroleum Company Limited
invited Earth Society to conduct a company lunch talk for their employees
on 09 Mar (Wed).
On 09 Mar, Earth Society members reached Singapore Petroleum
Company at 12.15 pm. We conduct a Global Warming lunch talk and Q & A for 70
employees from 12.30 to 1.30pm. We presented on how climate change is affecting
the planet and showcase various solutions to climate change.
After the talk, many staffs came forward to get more info on
Very informative and
educational talk. Thank you.
– Jaey Neo, Manager, Singapore Petroleum
The talk is very
informative. It changed my idea of the environmental impact of our diet.
- CoCo Zhou, Executive, Singapore
As part of their Environment program, Nan Hua High invited Earth
Society to conduct a Global Warming Assembly talk for the Sec 1 to Sec 4
students on 07 Mar.
On 7 Mar, we conducted an Assembly talk to the students from 1 to 1.30pm.
Students and teachers listened attentively to the presentation.
As part of the World Water Day program, Queensway Secondary
invited Earth Society to set up a booth and conduct an Environmental talk to
Sec 3 and Sec 4 students on 22 Mar. This is the second time Queensway Secondary
invited us to talk to their students.
On 22 Mar, we set up a booth at the school canteen from 9.30 am to
11.10am to pass leaflets on Eco-websites to the students. We conducted an
Environment talk to the Sec 3 and Sec 4 students
from 11.25 am to12.05 pm. We presented on the
situation of Overfishing in our Oceans, Deforestation on our Land, and Green
house gas emissions in our Atmosphere. We also presented on World water usage
and how the Agriculture sector uses the most water on the planet. Students and teachers
listened attentively to the Assembly talk. We left the school after
On 23 Mar, Nan Chiau
High invited Earth Society to conduct an Environmental talk for Sec 1 to Sec 4
students. This is the second time the school invited us to talk to their
On 23 Mar, we arrived at
Nan Chiau High at 1.30pm. We conduct an Environmental talk on overfishing,
deforestation, green house gas emissions and water conservation to the students
from 1.45 to 2.10 pm.
After the talk, we set
up a booth at the school canteen to gather feedback and pass more info to the
students. Many students visited our booth and wrote their feedback for the
talk was very informative and helped me understand the ill effects of our
actions. I’ve learnt that our Earth is precious and that if everyone on the
planet use resources like what we do in Singapore, we would need 3 Earths to
cater to our needs.
– Jie Ying,
Sec 3, Nan Chiau High
had left a deep impression on me and I believe most of us. I think that most of
the cohort had understood more about our environment.
Michelle Fong, Sec 3, Nan Chiau High
talk was very interesting. It gave me more insights into how much resources we
are consuming. After this talk, I would save our resources and damage the Earth
no further. – Justin Quek, Sec 3, Nan
this presentation, I am more aware of the harm humans have caused on the
planet. We should start taking action to conserve the environment.
Naval Base Primary invited Earth Society to conduct a Global
Warming Assembly talk for the school cohort on 22 Feb.
Mr Bryan Poh, HOD Science, greeted us when we arrive at the school
on 22 Feb.
We conducted an Assembly talk from 7.50 to 8.20 am. We presented on how climate change affected
the world and showcase solutions that scientists recommended to reduce global
warming. We set up a booth in the canteen from 8.30 till 11 am to gather
feedback and pass more info to interested teachers and students.
On 25 Feb, Coral Primary invited Earth Society to conduct a Global
Warming Assembly talk for their P1 to P6 students. We conduct an Assembly talk
for the school from 12.40 to 1.10 pm.
On 29 Feb, Damai Primary invited us to set up a booth and conduct
an Assembly talk for the school cohort.
On 29 Feb, we set up a booth at the school canteen from 9.30 to
10.30am. We conduct a Global Warming talk to the students from 10.40 to 11.10
am. Students listened
attentively to the talk and participated actively in the Quiz at the end of the
Damai Primary has
already implement Health Promotion Board’s “My Healthy Plate” in the school
canteen. The canteen stalls sell Bento sets which consist of a portion of rice/
noodles, a portion of vegetables, a portion of fruits and a portion of meat.
Bravo to the school and
we wish many schools would implement HPB’s “My Healthy Plate” which is
healthier for the students and better for the environment.
Good & informative delivery with
wonderfully apt video clips to show the students about the natural phenomenon.
Presenter has a lot to share with the students. Certainly a choc-ful of
information for an assembly talk ! Good
follow-up by Earth Society to allow the extension of the talk during recess.
- Ms Siti Fauziah Jasman, Teacher, Naval Base
It's very informative, not only for
students but for teachers as well. The audience was engaged during the talk.
Most useful, in this time of worldwide climate change.
Amy Jow, Teacher, Learning Support Coordinator, Naval Base Primary
I love the assembly talk because I learnt so much about
what causes global warming and how to save Mother Earth. – Nurul Laiyina, NBP, P5 student
I like the talk. I think that Veggie Thursday is
meaningful. I hope to help the hungry people in the world, help the polar bears
and others. – Hui Yi, NBP, P4 student
I feel that the talk is very
useful and important to students like me. I did not know that eating meat
contributes to global warming. But anyway, I always eat veggies 6 days a
week! Save my Earth !! – Anshu, NBP, P6
Ms Boey Kah Lai, Subject
Head NESS/VIA, from South View Primary invited Earth Society to conduct 2
Global Warming Assembly talks for the students on 08 Jan.
On 08 Jan, Earth Society members reached South View Primary at 10.50
We conducted a Global Warming talk
to the P1 to P3 students from 11.10 to 11.50 am. We conducted another Assembly
talk to the P4 to P6 students from 12.40 to 1.20 pm. Students listened
attentively to the talks and participated actively in the Quiz after the talk.
Feedback from Teachers:
(P1 to P3):
children were quite fidgety but I think the message got across to them. They
could respond to the questions asked and were able to reiterate the message of Vege
very informative and interesting session. The use of videos engaged the young
audience. Speaker was also mindful to use words like “encouraged to eat more
vegetables”. Use of Q n A helped
engage audience. Perhaps can invite selected pupils to stand as many pupils
stood up to see who was selected.
(P4 to 6):
informative and pupils were listening attentively. Slides were good and speaker
was able to share with the pupils as he was able to come down to their level.
and adequate information given to raise awareness. Speaker is engaging and
pupils are attentive as the videos and facts presented are easy to understand
YiShun Secondary invited Earth Society to conduct a Global Warming
Assembly talk for the Sec 1 and 2 cohort on 05 Jan afternoon. They invited us
to conduct another Assembly talk to the Sec 3 and 4 cohort on 07 Jan afternoon.
We conducted an Assembly talk from 1.30 to 2pm on both dates and
set up a booth in the canteen from 2 to 2.40pm to pass more info to interested
teachers and students.
On 18 Jan, Pei Cai Secondary invited Earth Society to conduct 2
Global Warming Assembly talks for their students. We conduct an Assembly talk
to the Sec 3 and 4 students from 10.10 to 11.10am, and another Assembly talk to
the Sec 1 and 2 students from 11.10 to 12.10pm. After
the talk, we set up a booth at the school canteen from 12.20 pm to 1.30 pm.
On 20 and 21 Jan, Anderson Secondary invited Earth Society to
conduct 2 Global Warming Assembly talks for their Upper Sec and Lower Sec students
We conducted the talk from 8 to 9am on both dates. We presented on how climate change affected
the world and showcase solutions that scientists recommended to reduce global
warming. Students listened attentively to the talk and participated actively in
the Quiz at the end of the talk.
On 21 Jan, we set up a
booth at Anderson Secondary school canteen from 9 to 11.30am to gather feed
back from students and pass more info to interested teachers and students.
learn a lot from the talk, like how daily adjustments to our lifestyle can
change the world. Definitely a strike of realization. - Nur
Husna, Sec 2, YiShun Secondary
learnt that everyone plays a major role in preventing climate change. Climate
change affects the entire globe. If climate change continues, calamity will
occur. Hence, it is essential for the human race to unite and save the only
Earth we have. – Phang
Kai Bin, Sec 4, Anderson Secondary
learnt that the world is in danger. I also learnt the steps I can take to make
a difference. I hope to share the information with others. –
Shritha, Sec 1, Anderson Secondary
the talk will inspire people to start saving the Earth and prevent climate
change. Hopefully, more people will go meatless on Thursdays and help to stop
global warming. - Cheryl, Sec 1,