Sorting It Out: A Student Documentary about Recycling

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Singapore

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Sorting It Out is a documentary produced by Yale-NUS students. Prompted by the buzz around recycling in recent years, we set ourselves on a journey to settle our doubts: What is recycling like in Asia’s first liberal arts institution? Is Yale-NUS’s recycling enough? How about Singapore? Is recycling even as important as we imagine it to be? How important is sustainable waste management to the economy?

Whether you are a environmental enthusiast, an entrepreneur or just a citizen hoping to make our planet better for our next generation, we sincerely invite you to come watch Sorting It Out on 30th March, 2017 (Thurs) at 7 p.m. at the Performance Hall at Yale-NUS. We dare you to challenge your perceptions about recycling through a panel discussion with academics and environmentalists about sustainable waste management in Singapore and beyond. Don’t miss this exciting educational and environmental networking opportunity- sign up at on http://tinyurl.com/sortingitout2017 to reserve a seat now!

For any enquiries/ partnership opportunities, please contact us at sortingitout2017@gmail.com.

7 p.m. Registration and refreshment
7:30 p.m. Screening of Documentary
7:50 p.m. Panel discussion
8:50 p.m. Light dessert

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Thanks to the support of Green Living 2017, we are giving away an Aveda Dry Remedy Moisturising Masque (hair mask) to the first 100 signups. An email notification will be dispatched around one week before the event for participants to redeem their gift at the screening. As we remind our audience of mindful consumption in this documentary, you can choose to not redeem the early bird gift if you do not want it :)

See you on March 30!

Sponsor/exhibitor contact

Wing Yan Yip
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