Earth Hour 2019 rallies local communities to be more conscious about nature. In Singapore, this is being marked with the Festival for Nature at Marina Bay Sands Event Plaza from 29 to 31 March 2019.
Commemorating Earth Hour 2019 in Singapore
The three-day festival features nature-themed experiences that highlight the rapid loss of nature and its impact.
One of the highlights of Festival for Nature is the Nature’s Maze where visitors can learn about the rapid loss of nature since the 1970s. There will also be a Shop for Nature Marketplace with sustainable brands such as Nut Culture and The Green Collective SG on sale.
Food and music also feature in Earth Hour 2019’s Festival for Nature. Local musicians like Sezairi, 53A and Tabitha Nauser will play in Music For Nature and as part of the 60+ Countdown Bash on 30 March 2019. From the Event Plaza, you can also watch as the lights go out across Singapore’s Central Business District in support of Earth Hour 2019.
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Those who wish to learn more about living sustainable can sign up for workshops that will be held from 29 to 31 March. Learn about how to upcycle pallets into useful items such as trays and organisers. Find out how to make eco-soap or use natural pigments as paints.
Find out more about Earth Hour 2019 and the Festival for Nature here.
Festival for Nature
Dates: 29 to 31 March 2019
Time: 5 pm to 10 pm (Fri), 10 am to 10 pm (Sat & Sun)
Where: Marina Bay Sands Event Plaza
Free admission (excludes workshops and classes)