Online Launch of The Green Tingkat: Plastic Bags - The Carrot or The Stick?

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This discussion is part of the #Kampung Chats for the online launch of The Green Tingkat by The Green Collective SG, where we'll be covering hot topics from food waste to plastic bags. See you there!

27 Aug
7pm - 8:30pm: Sustainable Consumption & Greenwashing

28 Aug
10:30am - 11:30am : Waste - The Ugly Side of Food
12pm -1pm: What is Holistic Wellness?

4pm - 6:30pm : Caught Green Handed (IG LIVE) - meet your fave brands
29 Aug
10:30am - 11:30am : The Power of the Consumer in Fashion
12pm -1pm: Plastic Bags - The Carrot or The Stick?

2pm - 6pm : Caught Green Handed (IG LIVE) - meet your fave brands

What will it take for Singaporeans kick the plastic bag habit? A levy? An outright ban? Join experts, ZeroWaste SG, Barepack and behavioural expert, Loo Deliang, as they discuss the topic that has sparked national discourse over the years.

Just like Singapore's food, we definitely can't live without sustainability, and so we're delivering it right to you with our e-commerce platform, The Green Tingkat. Drawing inspiration from the traditional lunch box carriers used to "dabao" and deliver food, This online platform offers a range of eco-friendly products from our member partner brands. Go through each layer to discover surprises! Visit us at www.thegreencollective.sg

12:00pm Introduction to the launch
Sharing by The Green Collective SG
12:15pm Panel Discussion "Plastic Bags - The Carrot or The Stick?"
12:45pm Q&A
1:00pm END

Panelists -
Pek Hai Lin (Executive Director, ZeroWaste SG)
Roxane Uzureau (Co-Founder, barePACK)
Loo Deliang (Associate Director, Analytics and Behaviour Change, NUS)

Moderator - Junn Loh (Journalist)

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The Panelists:

Pek Hai Lin (Executive Director, ZeroWaste SG)
Hai Lin is the Executive Director of Zero Waste SG, a charity NGO looking to drive zero waste action in Singapore through education and advocacy. She has led several projects and initiatives on waste reduction since joining in 2017. In 2019, she received the NEA EcoFriend award as recognition for her contributions towards sustainability in Singapore. Through this role, she hopes to continue to empower people and organisations to relook at the concept of waste.

Roxane Uzureau (Co-Founder, barePACK)

Loo Deliang (Associate Director, Analytics and Behaviour Change, NUS)
Mr Loo Deliang is an Associate Director (Analytics and Behaviour Change) with NUS’ Office of Estate Development where he applies data, user and behavioural insights to review environmental sustainability programmes for the university. He is the Deputy Chairman of the Waste Minimisation and Recycling Taskforce. He was formerly the Senior Assistant Director (SAD) of the Research and Statistics Department at the National Environment Agency (NEA) from 2016 to 2019, where he implemented behavioural field experiments and nation-wide surveys in domains of tray return, anti-littering, recycling and toilet cleanliness, and was with NEA’s 3P (People, Public, Private) Network Division from 2010 – 2015.

Deliang has a Bachelor of Social Science honours degree in Economics and MSc degree in Environmental Management from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and a MSc degree in Behaviour Science (Distinction) from the University of Stirling, Scotland. In his free time, he volunteers actively with the South West Community Development Council as a District Councillor and is serving as the Deputy Chairman of the Environment Functional Committee for the CDC. He was awarded the Public Service Medal (Pingat Bakti Masyarakat) for public service in 2019.

The Moderator:
Junn Loh

Junn Loh is a trained journalist and media communications professional with a passion for mother earth. Having spent some years reporting on the environment, Junn naturally fell deeper into the topic and have come to realise that something is terribly wrong in the way we are living life and treating earth. She now takes active steps to make a change, like practicing the 3Rs and avoiding meat. When it comes to sustainability, Junn believes it’s not enough to simply sell the idea. It is through shared stories that people learn to understand how to think about it, and that's why she finds engagement on the topic to be meaningful.

The Organiser:
The Green Collective SG is Singapore's first collective of sustainable brands curated based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Housing more than 42 sustainable brands in its Green Kampung, the collective works with a vision to provide sustainable alternatives to everyday products to its community.
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