We believe in collaborations. Our mission is to lead and build an eco-system of like-minded individuals and companies who believe in sustainability and taking action to protect and preserve our planet and look to connect with people who share our goals. The following are some of the good people that we are working with. As part of our commitment to building this eco-system, Semula is happy to introduce our partners to those who are interested.
In our journey, we have been inspired by many things around us – people and places, everyday activities, organisations which walk the talk on sustainability and, of course, our natural environment. Here are some stories that continue to inspire us and keep us awake at night, thinking of what more we can do to put things right for this one and only planet that we have.
The Local Tree Project is a one-of-a-kind sustainability initiative that salvages trees that have been felled for urban development and rehabilitate these abandoned logs by turning them into durable, future-proof objects and furniture.
Action man Ken Hickson is a champion of sustainability and committed to spread the sustainability message for a cleaner and greener world.
Make it precious. Precious plastics was our initial inspiration. It showed us how you can indeed convert plastic waste into beautiful creations. All it took was imagination, elbow grease, and some determination to successfully turn waste into something useful.
Roger&Sons, The Local Tree Project https://www.rogerandsons.sg/the-local-tree-project
The Local Tree Project is a one-of-a-kind sustainability furniture initiative by Roger&Sons, a team of ethical makers and mavericks who create bespoke fine furniture and objects. Over the next decade or so, about 13,000 trees here will be felled. Rather than letting them go to waste, R&S is repurposing them into products that people can continue to enjoy for years . Through this initiative, the team hopes to change the way people think of local resources such as trees.
Two women entrepreneurs in Indonesia took it upon themselves to turn rejected and hard-to-recycle food packaging into paving bricks for use in their country. Rebricks aims to help create a better environment by transforming plastic waste into recycled building materials.
Author, advocate, advisor and champion of sustainability, Ken is committed to spread the sustainability message through words and action. Age is just a number for Ken. In his 70s, the action man remains strongly committed to a cleaner world in which renewable energy takes over from dirty fossil fuels and in which our communities value the environment, nature and air quality.
The greening of our beautiful island did not happen by chance. The National Parks Board (NParks) is dedicated to transforming Singapore into a City in Nature to create the best living environment through nature conservation, greenery and recreation. It is responsible for maintaining and enhancing the greenery of Singapore. NParks takes care of more than 350 parks and four nature reserves and is actively involved in community engagement to encourage conservation of our urban greenery.
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Environmental awareness is incredibly important. Understanding the fragility of our environment, the importance of protecting it, the trending issues surrounding them can inspire action on items which require urgent attention such as sustainability and climate change. Let’s begin.
The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals represent a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity.
The inaugural Zero Waste Masterplan charts Singapore’s path towards a zero-waste nation.
Everyone can play a part to make the Green Plan a reality and build a greener and more liveable home.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity.
The 17 SDGs are integrated—they recognise that action in one area will affect outcomes in others, and that development must balance social, economic and environmental sustainability.
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Zero Waste Masterplan
Singapore's inaugural Zero Waste Masterplan maps out Singapore's key strategies to build a sustainable, resource-efficient and climate-resilient nation. This includes adopting a circular economy approach to waste and resource management practices and shifting towards more sustainable production and consumption.
Singapore Green Plan 2030
The Singapore Green Plan 2030, or the Green Plan, is a whole-of-nation movement to advance Singapore’s national agenda on sustainable development.
The Green Plan charts ambitious and concrete targets over the next 10 years, strengthening Singapore’s commitments under the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and Paris Agreement, and positioning us to achieve our long-term net zero emissions aspiration as soon as viable.
Climate change is a global challenge, and the Green Plan shows the firm actions Singapore is taking to do our part in building a sustainable future.