Açaí: The Dark Side of Consumerism

To Singaporeans, the Amazon rainforest is elusive: 18,210km and a pipe dream away. Yet, surprisingly, it has found its way across the globe into the heartlands of this island city in an unsuspecting fruit - açaí (ah-sigh-ee). The Açaí Origin Story 95% of all açaí...

What I Did To Be A Little More Sustainable (Japan Edition)

I haven’t been travelling during the period of 2018 to 2022 mainly due to Covid and also hustling hard running The Sustainability Project. So it was nice to finally go back to the land of sushi this year, when my last trip was in 2017 🥹🥹 I remember back when I was a...

Investing for a Better Future. How Sustainable Investing Can Drive Social and Environmental Change

We all aspire to invest in a brighter future. One that is equitable, sustainable, and prosperous for generations to come. The question is, how do we make this a reality? The answer lies in adopting sustainable investing, a strategy that generates not only financial...

Preloved to Loved: Thrifting in Singapore

The new year is a period of renewal, of “new year, new me” promises. Some people partake in spring cleaning in this golden time: clearing out used clothes, textbooks and furniture. To some, it is tradition; to others, a yearly ritual. I see this happen through the...

Tiny but mighty: is the Black Solider Fly an alternative solution to food wastage?

"Up to ⅓ of all food produced globally is wasted." "The amount of food wasted every year could feed 2 billion people."   We're constantly reminded about the amount of food we throw out each year, with alarming statistics plastered all over the media. Yet, despite...

E-hongbaos: The good, the bad and the unsustainable

With Lunar New Year just around the corner, it’s the time of the year again to give and receive hongbaos. It is always exciting to receive hongbaos with beautiful and intricate designs. But should you be giving e-hongbaos instead as a more “sustainable” option? And...

The Wonderful Benefits of Geothermal Energy and How it Can Enhance Your Lifestyle

It is very reassuring to know that geothermal energy is a natural form of energy generated from the earth. Geothermal energy is considered to be a sustainable and clean source of power. The heat that comes from the earth’s core can be used for heating and cooling...

Asia Pulp & Paper Reviews Benefits of Eco-friendly Food Packaging

Packaging is found everywhere you look - in your shopping trolleys, your cupboards, your delivered parcels, and so much more. It is no surprise then, given the massive amounts of plastic and non-natural materials used to make these packaging, how it causes...

What’s The Deal With Sponge Cloth?

You have probably seen us raving and sharing about this product we love so very much – sponge cloth. And of course, you are wondering to yourself, how is this any different from a regular cloth? Oh trust us, we were thinking about that too initially. But after using...

Bhutan: A Country That Gives More Than It Takes

Carbon is, essentially, in everything. The roof under which you live, the clothes you wear, the roads you walk on, and you; it’s all carbon. So how can a country be carbon neutral in a world where anything and everything you lay your eyes on is composed of carbon? A...
My Thank You Note To You

My Thank You Note To You

As the year comes to an end, it is a yearly habit of mine to reflect on how far TSP has come and also express my gratitude to...

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