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Environmental Protection Projects

Green Workshop For Students

Green Workshop For Students

“If I change, the world changes” – the motto of EarthLink NTU, a non-profit youth organisation with the aim of spreading sustainability. To achieve their goal of environmental advocacy, the club...

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An Egniting Christmas

An Egniting Christmas

Organised by EEE Egnite in partnership with holistic education membership programme Glyph Asia, “An Egniting Christmas” brought students from EEE and IEM, alumni and beneficiaries for a year-end...

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Crafts and Crumbs

Crafts and Crumbs

In conjunction with Children’s Day, Crafts and Crumbs was organised on 7 October 2018 as part of an initiative by EEE Egnite, where student volunteers brought joy to 70 children aged between 4 to 16...

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Inventa

Inventa

The processing of plastic waste products has a significant impact on the environment. Most plastics are not degradable and they will remain where they are discarded until they are cleared up. In a...

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Hackable 2.0

Hackable 2.0

Hackable is a project organised by the Special Projects Committee of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) Club. In Hackable 2.0, MAE students utilised their mechanical and technical skills to build...

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Ecoventure

Ecoventure

  In Ban Keng Khene Secondary School and Ban Lad Khammune School, located in Laos, the students’ minds are far from examinations. Relying only on daylight to carry out lessons, even being...

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Greening NTU – Ditch Da Disposables

Greening NTU – Ditch Da Disposables

When Mother Nature speaks using her natural forces, humans usually only respond after the fact. Rather than working harder at preventive measures, relief efforts are organised after....

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NTU Community Herb Garden

NTU Community Herb Garden

Founded in 2009, the mission of the NTU Community Herb Garden is to provide alternative treatment to patients, especially cancer patients, as well as provide herbs for research use. Sited at...

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