[blog] Uncovering the mangroves at the inaugural Lim Chu Kang East cleanup

[blog] Uncovering the mangroves at the inaugural Lim Chu Kang East cleanup

130 volunteers woke up bright and early on the morning of Saturday 17 September 2011 with one goal in mind – to rid the Lim Chu Kang East mangrove of trash. A few thousand others would be doing the same in locations around the island, for the 3rd Saturday in September, date of the International Coastal Cleanup Singapore, was finally here! I knew we were visiting a completely new site, and was told there was a “historical load of trash” to clear. But I didn’t know what to expect, just that nine of us had been roped in specially by ICCS Coordinator N. Sivasothi and were all there early by 8am to meet Organsers Vionna Luah, He Miao and Derek Ang. Half-hour later, three bus loads of NUS staff and students led by the Environmental Science & Engineering Club students arrived. Organised into their working groups, they collected their materials and applied insect repellent while S...

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[blog] Backing up NUS’ foray into Lim Chu Kang East mangrove

[blog] Backing up NUS’ foray into Lim Chu Kang ...

I had waited years to deploy a team to Lim Chu Kang east mangrove. It is a lovely strip east of Lim Chu Kang mangrove next...

SMX East 2011 Recap for SEOBook

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