It’s Earth Day today! We care about the planet and want to express this through something meaningful. So in conjunction with Earth Day we have picked a day of low tide to conduct a cleanup of Tanah Merah Beach 7. The marine life there is harassed by man’s inescapable footprint – plastic bottles, glass pieces, plastic packaging, styrofoam bit and pieces and tar balls. This insult to the environment is painful to see and we want to bring some relief.
This Earth Day, we invite you to take step in making a difference to the environment by coming to examine the problem for yourself, be empowered when you help us reduce the trash load there, get motivated by the other dedicated and like-minded volunteers on the beach and encourage others on this planet by being part of A Billion Acts of Green!
All you have to do is signup here by Wed 25 Apr 2012: tinyurl.com/yrcc-independents
To prepare yourself, do read: http://tinyurl.com/yrcc-faq
You will be joining the Tanah Merah Volunteer Zone Captains and Site Buddies, Independent Volunteers like yourselves and volunteers from Starbucks Coffee, Gammon Construction, Ngee Ann Poly School of BA, Standard Chartered Bank and Gentle Paws!
And allow ourselves to feel deeply enough that it
transforms us, and our future?”
– Chris Jordan, Midway (2012)