If you’re in Singapore on the 8 February 2014, do come for the Launch of Faith & Nature: An Eco-Guide to Greening Faith Communities. This eco-guide is a must have to equip faith and community organisations with the necessary tools on how to operationalise environmental ethics and principles. The event will also have an inter-faith panel discussion on how various faith communities can do their part in increasing environmental awareness and action. Best part, the book is freely available to all 🙂
Interested participants are kindly requested to register as shown in the poster above.
For more information and to download your free copy of the Eco-Guide, please click here.
I’m usually a slow reader, but there’s something about the National Library of Australia that just keeps me going.
Maybe it’s their awesome collection of books, where you can stumble upon some really fascinating finds.
Or maybe it’s the super conducive reading environment, which includes an alfresco cafe view that overlooks the lake.
Or maybe it’s just me in stressed student mode trying to meet a deadline. Hmm…
Seen on the back of the door of a toilet cubicle on campus.
One thing that Canberra prides itself of, is the fact that it’s a bike-friendly place. Several course mates of mine cycle between 20-30mins to school everyday. Great workout, and if need be, there are several shower facilities on campus.
Definitely not having this “breakfast jam” in the mornings. I’ll stick to marmalade. 😉