A body of work produced by some of the world’s best wildlife photographers and artists which will reveal the magnificence of a white horizon, the charismatic icons of the polar north such as polar bears and seals, the brotherhood of walruses, birds of the northern sky and the hypnotic attraction of icebergs and glaciers is set to make its World Premiere at the Ion Art Gallery in Singapore on 5 April. Continue reading “Arctic exhibition featuring top explorers set for world premiere in Singapore”
Never mind that Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat’s 2017 Budget announcement will mean that there will be more help for Singaporean businesses which expand overseas. Continue reading “Water prices up. We need to learn Water Wally dance again.”
A previous generation of Singaporeans would close their noses whenever Lorong Halus was mentioned. Continue reading “Garbage dump then. Eco-park now. Lorong Halus Wetland is a gem.”
It is amazing how early retirement can sometimes take away a skilled hand from what he does so well. Continue reading “Changi Coast = Wild Singapore”
Three incidences of floods over the last month in different parts of Singapore during heavy rain inconvenienced many.
Green groups have accused Indonesian pulp and paper giant Asia Pulp and Paper of causing environmental damage to peatlands after its pulp and paper mill in South Sumatra started production in December 2016. Continue reading “Asia Pulp & Paper under fire from green activists over new South Sumatra mill”
by Kavickumar Muruganathan
Having pumped in billions of dollars into the economies of countries such as Malaysia and Indonesia, the palm oil industry is estimated to be worth about US$88 billion dollars by 2022. An extremely versatile ingredient, palm oil is found in consumer products ranging from chocolates to cosmetics. Continue reading “Transparency for a clearer picture”