Earth Day at Science Centre Singapore
Time Out says
April 22 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, but what sets this year apart from the rest is the fact that it's going digital due to the current circumstance. For the uninitiated, Earth Day first kicked off in 1970 when people in the United States took to the streets to protest for environmental reform, and this year, the spotlight's on climate action.
While taking on the streets to channel your inner Greta Thunberg during the circuit breaker is unlikely, we can all learn a thing or two about being sustainable and being kinder to our planet. And it's not just for the adults – gather the family, and get the kids involved too.
Science Centre Singapore is keeping Little Einsteins around the city engaged and edutained with fun activities on its website, Facebook and Instagram. In line with Earth Day, the kiddos can play a game of spot the difference to learn about the little practices in our daily lives that can make a good impact on our planet. They can also follow comprehensive guides on composting and recycling plastics to discover simple, eco-friendly habits to pick up while staying at home.
The Science Centre is also teaming up with Temasek Foundation to present I am a Young Sustainability Champion VodCast, a livestream about sustainability and the challenges our planet is facing. It will be broadcasted on Facebook on April 22 from 4pm to 5pm.
Check out the website for more information on Earth Day with Science Centre Singapore.