recieved an email, as my school is part of SWCDC’s 1000000 Native Plants project. but anyone can pledge, so here’s the info.
Cut paper use, save the trees, reduce climate change.
A new initiative, Pledge a Plant – Carbon Offset Challenge @ South West was rolled out during Clean and Green Singapore 2010 held from 30 October – 1 November 2009. This initiative seeks to offset the amount of carbon emissions from our daily activities by encouraging youths and the public to pledge to adopt clean and green habits.
Every pledge will generate $10 worth of corporate sponsorship, up to a total of $60,000, which will be used to plant trees and shrubs in the district.
We would like to encourage you and your organisation to pledge to adopt clean and green habits and help us to raise the sponsorship to plant in the community. You can pledge here or at http://www.swcdcecogreen/pledgeaplant.
Every single pledge makes a difference to the environment. Grow the Movement. Pledge to adopt clean and green habits today.