We are committed to helping organisations in Singapore embrace sustainable practices in a profitable fashion. Besides providing easy-to-implement industrial solutions, we organise workshops for employees to engage with climate change with a solutions-driven approach.
The Climate Fresh is an IPCC based, collaborative workshop to take a step back and understand the causes and consequences of climate change.
Today, sustainability is part of our everyday conversations. It has become a buzzword. Yet, even though it is an imperative for our well being and our ability to thrive within our planetary boundaries, we find it hard to find the right solutions.
Energy consumption, single usage plastics, water waste - there are so many things that need to be done that it is easy to just get lost on where to make the start.
We often feel like we’re just a drop in the ocean and the problem bigger and a bit overwhelming.
Science-based, the activity provides participants with the fundamental knowledge to understand the global climate system, the impact of climate change and how to act to mitigate the climate crisis.
Formerly known as the Climate Collage, 150,000+ citizens have taken part of a Climate Fresk worldwide since 2018, including 500+ in Singapore.
The 2021 IPCC report is 3,949 pages. Too busy to read it? “Respect for science” is one of the founding principles of the The Climate Fresk Workshop — the information featured in the 42 cards is based on data from the Working Group 1 IPCC report. This card game makes climate education fun and memorable.
Only when everyone understands the current climate emergency will we be able to act at the scale necessary. For the last two years, the Climate Fresk has been creating an exponential wave of realisations and commitment.
The Climate Fresk is an innovative, participatory and accessible approach to understand the scientific basis of climate change. This exchange of knowledge is a key first step for everyone to choose how to act effectively, in line with the issues at stake.
Valérie Masson-Delmotte, Co Chair Working Group, IPCC
Our workshop is playful, fun and educational. We only need the Climate Fresh deck of cards, pens, paper, a table, and we are all set! It will lead to a productive discussion and greater in-depth understanding of the mechanisms and solutions that exist to tackle the most pressing problem of the 21st century.
Rajul is passionate about empowering people to take climate action and helping individuals and organisations to act in ways that sustain and protect our natural systems and life on the planet. She is driven by the need to understand the barriers to climate action, addressing them and motivating people to taking action and embracing a sustainability mindset.
Our workshops are built to bring cohesion within a team and provide hands on experience on sustainable practices and tools for both inside and outside the company.