2-3 June 2018 / 2 Days, 1 Night / Singapore
Understand Singapore’s waste problem, its effects on our home and what our future looks like in a system where waste is viewed and deployed as an asset. Explore how public consciousness and activism shape policy, and how different sectors can collaborate to co-create a thriving world.
Dialogue with an established NGO at the forefront of Singapore’s waste issue; attain deep insights and macro landscape clarity+ Understand the government’s big picture, dissect policy, analyse strategic approaches for citizen engagement through discussions with a public servant+Take a field trip to uncover how private sector organisations address waste upstream and downstream in their supply chain and discover innovative processes for solutioning and cross-sectoral marketing+Grapple with the food waste problem through a hands-on workshop, explore the role of ground up initiatives in building public consciousness and plugging systemic gaps; uncover the vital role of the 4th Sector that bridges Public, Private, and People sectors
Synergise the role and impact of the 3 sectors through a facilitated consolidation session; build your Theory of Change as a cohort+The new age of waste - Learn to transform waste into useful household items, reducing your footprint and saving costs through a hands-on workshop+Reflect on your journey over a hearty lunch at a local eatery serving fresh seafood and vegetables from a community garden; consolidate valuable takeaways for your journey towards environmental sustainability!
Camp fee:Full cost $825 | Subsidised cost $411
Financial Aid Award:
1. Camp fees after financial aid award, for working adults: $296 (25 awards available, a 30% reduction from the existing subsidized camp fee)
2. Camp fees after financial aid award, for students*: $150 (14 awards available, a 64% reduction from the existing subsidized camp fee)
*For current students who require financial aid, please apply and send scanned proof of student pass and institution you are enrolled in to receive a special subsidized price of $150.
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