Come on down to the Climate Action Carnival at the Marina Barrage on 2 & 3 June 2018 (Saturday and Sunday) as we celebrate the opening of the Sustainable Singapore Gallery (SSG)!

The newly revamped Sustainable Singapore Gallery will officially open its doors to the public in June. The gallery is a showcase of Singapore’s sustainability journey and roadmap for the future. Visitors can look forward to a multi-sensory experience as they explore different zones covering various environmental and sustainability topics such as climate, water, energy and waste.

Be the first few to explore the new Sustainable Singapore Gallery during the Climate Action Carnival!

Besides complimentary all-day guided tours at the gallery, visitors can take part in interactive climate-action themed games and workshops, learn more about climate action initiatives by our partners, enjoy music and dance performances, have a picnic under the stars and much more!

Admission is free!


Marina Barrage

Date and Time

2 June (Sat) – 5pm to 11pm

3 June (Sun) – 1pm to 8pm

Event Guides


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Official Launch of the Sustainable Singapore Gallery (By Invite Only)

Join us as we mark the official opening of the newly revamped Sustainable Singapore Gallery. The Guest-of-Honour of the event is the Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, Masagos Zulkifli. This event is by invite only.

Date: 2 June (Saturday)

Time: 5 to 7.30pm


All-Day Guided Tours at the Sustainable Singapore Gallery (Free Admission, Open to Public)

The Sustainable Singapore Gallery (SSG) is a one-stop showcase of Singapore’s sustainability story and visitors can look forward to a multi-sensory experience as they journey through different zones covering various environmental and sustainability topics such as climate, water, energy and waste.



Date / Time: 2 June (Saturday), 7.30pm onwards and 3 June (Sunday), 1pm onwards.

Venue: Marina Barrage L2


It will not be possible to realise our national vision and plans for a liveable and sustainable Singapore without the collective and active participation from all our community partners. Come check out this showcase of grounds-up climate action initiatives from our partners and get to meet the passionate volunteers championing the environment cause.

Exhibitors include:

  1. Blossom World
  2. Climate Conversations
  3. Conservation International
  4. Dunman High School
  5. Earthlink NTU
  6. Pacific Light
  7. Packet Greens (exhibiting on Sunday only)
  8. PM Haze
  9. PSA Corporation Ltd
  10. Secondsguru x Connected Threads Asia
  11. Singapore Eco Film Festival (exhibiting on Saturday only)
  12. Singtel and SingPost
  13. Sunflower Preschool @ Punggol Field Walk
  14. Tzu Chi Foundation
  15. Wildlife Reserves Singapore
  16. WWF Singapore
  17. Zero Waste SG

2 June (Saturday), 5pm to 10pm
3 June (Sunday), 1pm to 7pm
Venue: L1


All workshops are free but pre-registration is required. Each person is allowed to take part in a one workshop only.

+ March to the Beat of Our Own Junk – A Music Making Workshop presented by Kulcha Pop [REGISTER]

Photo Credit: Minieco

This workshop will teach participants how to make a percussion instrument by upcycling old materials. While learning about the importance of recycling, each participant will get to make their own drum and learn to play them in a fun and interactive play-along segment.

 Date / Time

2 June (Saturday)
Session 1: 5.00pm – 6.00pm
Session 2: 6.30pm – 7.30pm

3 June (Sunday)
Session 1: 3.00pm – 4.00pm
Session 2: 4.30pm – 5.30pm

Venue: Courtyard Room

About Kulcha

Kulcha is a modern music outfit creating music that performs contemporary soundscape featuring the traditional tones of the Pipa, Bansuri and the Gambus.

The team conducts outreach programmes under Kulcha Pop. These include music workshops that raise awareness of traditional rhythms as well as performance of classical pieces for babies under their Baby Beat Programme. [website]


+ T-shirt Looms presented by Sustainable Living Lab [REGISTER]

Photo Credit: Poppytalk

Make your own loom kit using recycled wood and use it to weave old t-shirts into new placemats and bring it back to use at your home!

Date / Time

2 June (Saturday) 6.00pm – 8.00pm
3 June (Sunday) 2.00pm – 4.00pm

Venue: Deck B

About Sustainable Living Lab (SL2)

Sustainable Living Lab (SL2) is a social enterprise that aims to build a sustainable future through community building, technology experimentation and social innovation. Founded in 2012, SL2 started the first makerspace in Singapore and has gone to develop a wide range of technology and craft programs. To date, they have built 3 makerspace facilities and consulted for many other makerspace facilities in the Southeast Asian region.


+ Ready, cassette, Go! presented by rehyphen® [REGISTER]


Learn how to weave pre-loved cassette tapes into a piece of MusicCloth® EZ-Link card sticker which you can carry in your wallet as a constant reminder to love the earth, wherever you go! This upcycling workshop hopes to raise awareness about the issue of electronic waste and encourages participants to transform old items into brand new works of art.

Date / Time

2 June (Saturday) 4.00pm – 6.00pm
3 June (Sunday) 4.00pm – 6.00pm

Venue: Deck B

About rehyphen®

rehyphen® started as an upcycling initiative whereby we collect discarded cassette tapes from the local community and weave them into a piece of MusicCloth® as an effort to reduce and eliminate e-waste, while giving the product new life. Our MusicCloth® had been recognised by Material ConneXion® & University of Pennyslvia and stored in their worldwide libraries. We had also been showcased at the TEDx platform as one of the ideas worth spreading and included in RedDot 21 for excellent 21st-century world of design.


+ Sunset Yoga presented by Platinum Yoga [REGISTER]



Grab your mat and join Platinum Yoga Founder and CEO, Anil Sheokand for sunset Yoga at the Climate Action Carnival! Practice your sun salutations and strike your warrior poses against the beautiful backdrop of the Singapore skyline. This session is brought to you by Platinum Yoga.

Date / Time: 2 June (Saturday) 6.00pm to 7.00pm

Venue: Green Roof, Marina Barrage

About Platinum Yoga
Platinum Yoga is an authentic yoga centre offering all levels and styles of Yoga in Singapore, with hundreds of classes available 7 days a week. Our yoga instructors and guest instructors are amongst the best in the industry, and represent the full spectrum of yoga disciplines. Be it classical Iyengar yoga, Ashtanga yoga or Flow yoga including specialized classes in Prenatal, Aerial Yoga, Yin Yoga Rehabilitative, Yoga for Kids or Power Yoga – you’ll definitely find a comprehensive list of classes that will rejuvenate you at our studios.



+ Screening of Dot and the Green Pea – an MSE original web series


Aspiring YouTuber, Dorothy Chiang aka Dot, wants to become Singapore’s top eco-influencer. She enlists the help of her former school friends, Ari and Jeff, and the three embark on a series of green feature videos; learning about the challenges in making eco-consciousness a lifestyle and most importantly, about themselves.

Date/Time: 2 June (Saturday), 8pm
Venue: Activity Centre
Duration: 1 hr


+ Screening of “People of the Forest: Orang Rimba” and Talk presented by PM Haze


Earth Observatory of Singapore’s (EOS) short documentary film “People of the Forest: Orang Rimba” offers a brief but intimate look at the lives of the Orang Rimba, a minority group of a few thousand nomadic tribespeople who live throughout the forests of Jambi province in Sumatra, Indonesia.

The film screening will be followed by a sharing from Ms. Zhang Wen, executive director of Singapore-based NGO People’s Movement to Stop Haze (PM Haze). The sharing will include the lesser known impact of the transboundary haze crisis and the steps we can take to prevent it from happening again. There will also be a Q&A at the end of the sharing.

Date/Time: 3 June (Sunday), 3pm
Venue: Activity Centre
Duration: 45 min


+ Launch of “MakanSG: Sustainable Guide for Restaurants”


“MakanSG” is a collaboration between four local groups, namely Centre for a Responsible Future (CRF), Plastic-Lite Singapore, PM Haze and Zero Waste Singapore. The initiative aims to encourage local eateries to adopt simple sustainable practices such as reducing waste, switch to sustainable palm oil for cooking, increasing plant-based options, as well as reducing dependence on single-use plastics. We will share more details about the new initiative, followed by a Q&A.

Speaker(s): Ms. Aishwarya Maythil (Centre for a Responsible Future), Ms. Hailin Pek (Zero Waste Singapore), Ms. Zhang Wen (PM Haze), and Mr. Pek Shibao (Plastic-Lite Singapore)

Date/Time: 3 June (Sunday), 1pm
Venue: Activity Centre
Duration: 40 min


+ Don’t wait for Change, Create Change presented by Azurah (founder of Wilder) with her two guests Melissa and Shieh Yuan

Ms Azurah Khalid is not only an athlete who represents Singapore for two sports – Women’s Rugby & Silat (Martial Arts), she’s also the Chef-Founder of Wilder (pronounced as Will-der/Wilderness). During the time she had her brick & mortar café, Azurah created her own circular system to minimise waste in her F&B space – making Wilder one of the first F&B outlets to stop giving out plastic straws & single use plastics.  About one and a half years ago, Azurah also started her journey to become an athlete powered by plants.  She’s a Gentle Warrior, and her vision & hope is for everyone to come together to inspire, educate, collaborate and activate individuals to create sustainable and mindful habits. She’s been in this journey for more than 15 years.  Together with her two guest speakers, they’ll share with you how to create your own kind of change to give back to our beautiful Mother Earth.
Her two wonderful guests are:

Ms Melissa Lam, the founder of Bamboo Straw Girl. Her mission is to advocate against single-use plastic use and spark conversations through the bamboo straw.

Bamboo Straw Girl
Ms Shieh Yuan, from Animal Allies SG, will share more on what it means to be sustainable with the food choices that we make and how we can make a difference adopting a plant-based diet.

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Speaker(s): Ms Azurah Khalid [Wilder – pronounced as Will-der/Wilderness), Ms Melissa Lam (Bamboo Straw Girl) and Ms Shieh Yuan (Animal Allies Sg)

Date/Time: 3 June (Sunday), 4pm
Venue: Activity Centre



All activities are free and do not require registration. However, participation is based on a first-come, first-served basis. Do come early to avoid missing your spot! (Activities are subject to change without prior notice)

+ Paper Art presented by Paper Carpenter


Transform a flat piece of cardboard into a 3D piece of art. Make your own MRT or Bicycle with 100% recyclable cardboard materials, as you pledge your climate commitment to go car-lite.

Date/Time: 2 June (Saturday) and 3 June (Sunday), throughout the day
Venue: Central Courtyard

About Paper Carpenter

Our ability to design simple packaging to ultra-complex 3D structures has made us a leading pioneer in Cardboard Carpentry™. We do not just create beautiful visual displays. We provide product solutions constructed with the purpose to educate, excite and inspire. All our materials are 100% recyclable. We constantly find ways to reduce our carbon footprint as we believe in the importance of doing our part to save the earth. No matter what, we care as much for the environment as we do for aesthetics. []


+ DIY Upcycling presented by Terra SG

Upcycling is the process of converting waste materials or unwanted materials into new items. Not only does it extend the life of Singapore’s only landfill, upcycling will also reduce our carbon footprint and have a positive effect on climate change. Learn how to transform trash to treasure through these two hands-on activities.

Let There Be Light

Make use of discarded milk and juice cartons to create a usable, functional torch-light.

Date/Time: 2 June (Saturday), throughout the day
Venue: Central Courtyard

One Man’s Junk is Another Man’s Wallet
Get rid of your old magazines, brochures and paper products and transform them into a functional wallet or card holder.

Date/Time: 3 June (Sunday), throughout the day
Venue: Central Courtyard

About Terra SG

Terra SG is an Environmental action-oriented social enterprise who focuses on ecology & humanitarian issues. The organisation looks extensively into initiating people powered movement for positive environment change through eco education programmes, building eco environments, organizing green & craft events, powering upcycling activities & workshops, researching and developing sustainable eco products to bring people and communities together towards to a common goal. [website]


+ Eco Lifestyle and Crafts by Ecoponics

Terrarium Making

Learn to make your own terrarium using upcycled glass containers. Besides being a beautiful item to display at home, terrariums are a great reminder about the importance of a self-sustaining environment.

Gel Candle
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Bring warm light and fragrance into your home without the need for electricity or batteries! Make your own climate-friendly candle with recyclable materials.

Date/Time: 2 June (Saturday) and 3 June (Sunday), throughout the day
Venue: Central Courtyard

About EcoPonics

EcoPonics was founded in 2013 in Singapore, with the aim to enrich and educate our future communities on living an eco-friendly lifestyle through fun and engaging workshops.  [website]


+ Concert for Climate Action

Groove along to the sounds of our homegrown musicians as we celebrate the Year of Climate Action. Confirmed performers include:

Day 1 Performance (2 June, Saturday)

Inch Chua

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Catch Inch on 2 June: 6.15pm – 6.40pm @ L1, Main Stage

Rad Bromance

Catch Rad Bromance on 2 June: 7.00pm – 7.30pm @ L3, Green Roof

Lincoln Lim

Catch Lincoln Lim on 2 June: 7.30pm – 8.00pm @ L3, Green Roof



Catch Annette on 2 June: 8.00pm – 8.30pm @ L3, Green Roof


Catch ParaPo on 2 June: 8.30pm – 9.00pm @ L3, Green Roof

Day 2 Performance (3 June, Sunday)

Jack & Rai

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Catch Jack & Rai on 3 June: 5.00pm – 5.30pm @ L1, Main Stage
and 6.00pm – 6.30pm @ L3, Green Roof


Catch Valiantes on 3 June: 5.30pm – 6.00pm @ L1, Main Stage
and 6.30pm – 7.00pm @ L3, Green Roof

Soph T. x Jem

Catch Soph T x Jem on 3 June: 6.00pm – 6.30pm @ L1, Main Stage
and 7.00pm – 7.30pm @ L3, Green Roof


Catch Jawn on 3 June: 6.30pm – 7.00pm @ L1, Main Stage
and 7.30pm – 8.00pm @ L3, Green Roof

Performance Schedule

Artist Time Date Venue
Inch 6.15pm – 6.40pm 2 June, Saturday L1, Main Stage
Rad Bromance 7.00pm – 7.30pm 2 June, Saturday L3, Green Roof
Lincoln Lim 7.30pm – 8.00pm 2 June, Saturday L3, Green Roof
Annette 8.00pm – 8.30pm 2 June, Saturday L3, Green Roof
ParaPo 8.30pm – 9.00pm 2 June, Saturday L3, Green Roof
Jack and Rai 5.00pm – 5.30pm 3 June, Sunday L1, Main Stage
Valiantes 5.30pm – 6.00pm 3 June, Sunday L1, Main Stage
Soph. T 6.00pm – 6.30pm 3 June, Sunday L1, Main Stage
Jawn 6.30pm – 7.00pm 3 June, Sunday L1, Main Stage
Jack and Rai 6.00pm – 6.30pm 3 June, Sunday L3, Green Roof
Valiantes 6.30pm – 7.00pm 3 June, Sunday L3, Green Roof
Soph. T 7.00pm – 7.30pm 3 June, Sunday L3, Green Roof
Jawn 7.30pm – 8.00pm 3 June, Sunday L3, Green Roof


+ 2v2 Open Style Dance Battle

dance off.jpgCalling all dancers! Show off your epic dance skills in your own style – hip hop, breakdance, krump or whatever gets you moving! Battle against other teams in 2v2 elimination rounds and the last pair remaining walks away with $800 in cash! Perform in a Climate Action inspired outfit and the best dressed duo stand to win $200!

Sign up for the dance competition here.

Date/Time: 2 June (Saturday), 7.30pm onwards
Venue: Main Stage

Prizes for the Dance Competition is sponsored by Henkel.



+ Climate Action Community Skit

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A light-hearted skit that aims to increase the awareness of Climate Action among the community.  Through the skit, we hope to bring across the idea that Singapore is vulnerable to the effects of climate change. All of us must take action today for a sustainable future.

Date/Time: 3 June (Sunday), 2pm
Venue: Main Stage L1
Duration: 30 mins


+ “A Clean Planet” – A performance by Tzu Chi Foundation

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Members of the Tzu Chi Foundation will take to the main stage to present their rendition of “A Clean Planet” – an inspiring song that describes the need to protect and love the environment so that our future generations can enjoy a clean planet.

Date/Time: 3 June (Sunday), 2.30pm
Venue: Main Stage L1
Duration: 15 mins


+ Join the Green Side Picnic


Gather round your family and friends to spend the weekend at the Climate Action Festival and join us for a picnic at the green lawn on the Marina Barrage rooftop!

Make this a sustainable picnic outing by using reusable containers to pack your picnic feast! You can also order food from the various food stalls at L1.

Don’t have anything to sit on? Fret not! Answer some questions about the Sustainable Singapore Gallery and redeem a limited edition picnic mat, sponsored by PUB!

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For more information on the picnic mat redemption, please proceed to the Redemption Counter located at Level 1, Central Courtyard. Redemptions available while stocks last!

Date/Time: 2 June (Saturday), 5pm – 11pm and 3 June (Sunday), 1pm – 8pm

Venue: Green Roof, Marina Barrage


+ Eco Fair 

Be a conscious consumer and shop sustainably! Come meet local eco retailers with a wide range of eco products that will equip you with the wares to fight climate change!


Date/Time: 2 June (Saturday) and 3 June (Sunday)


+ Energy-Saving Challenge


Taking climate action is a rewarding journey. Join the Energy-Saving Challenge and you could win prizes worth more than $60,000 in total*. Simply reduce your household electricity use by 1% or more from now till 31 August and you could be one of the lucky winners. Additionally, you can redeem a free gift when you bring down your Utility Bill to the Climate Action Carnival and sign up for the Energy-Saving Challenge on the spot!

Date / Time: 
2 June (Saturday), 5pm to 10pm
3 June (Sunday), 1pm to 6pm
Venue: Deck B

* Terms and conditions apply.


+ Climate Action Ninja Warriors

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Challenge your mind and body as you make your way through this 30-metre Obstacle Course. You’ll be quizzed on your climate action knowledge as you balance on the beam, swing across the balls, dash through the walls and slide your way down the finish line!

Date/Time: 2 June (Saturday), 5pm – 11pm and 3 June (Sunday), 1pm – 8pm
Venue: Central Courtyard


+✓: an art installation by Singapore Youth for Climate Action

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In support of Singapore’s Year of Climate Action, Singapore Youth for Climate Action (SYCA) have commissioned an art installation entitled “+✓” that integrates recycled drink cans and plastic bottles.

The SYCA community helped to spread environmental awareness by getting participants of the recent NTUC Income Eco Run to recycle their 100PLUS cans after the run. By involving the runners in the building of this installation, it is an expression of personal responsibility and collective commitment to creating a sustainable Singapore.

The installation is designed by Din Chan of Madlab and built with the support of Ground-Up Innovation Labs for Development (GUILD).

Date/Time: 2 June (Saturday) and 3 June (Sunday)
Venue: Performance Stage @ L1




Plastics are durable, light and versatile. However, they take up to 400 years to decompose. This will affect people’s lives for the next 16 generations. 

In Singapore, about 700 million kg of plastic waste is discarded every year.  But less than 10% of plastics are being recycled.

Our excessive use of plastics is impacting ocean health and biodiversity. By 2050, there could be more plastics in the ocean than fish by weight.

Come join us to learn more about how plastics affect not only our oceans but our climate too through our engaging games and activities. We will also be featuring our new sustainable WWF Merchandise line to help support our campaigns.

Date/Time: 2 June (Saturday) and 3 June (Sunday)
Venue: Deck A


+ Love Your Food: A Live Cooking Demonstration presented by Wilder (Pronounced as Will-der/Wilderness)


Globally, 46% of fruits and vegetables never make it from farm to fork. Part of the reason is that they are “ugly”. Blemished or oddly-shaped food are often thrown away, contributing to a massive amount of food waste. Let Azurah Khalid, a Gentle Warrior & Founder of Wilder, bust myths about “ugly” food and show that they can taste just as great and nutritional! Also, pick up some tips and tricks on how to cook smart and make good use of leftovers. Let’s enjoy food, not waste it!

Date/Time: 3 JuneSunday3pm to 3.20pm
Venue: Main Stage @ L1


+ Seas the Day presented by the Singapore Sailing Federation

Don’t miss this chance to sail down the Marina Channel! Hop on board the 20-footer dinghy sailboat which are completely wind-powered! Participants will also be given the chance to steer the boat and trim the sails to the wind, sailing freely within the Marina Channel for a 20 minute session. Each boat can take up to 4 passengers and participants must be above 7 years old. Life vests will be provided and must be worn on board at all times.


Date/Time: 3 June (Sunday), 1pm to 6pm. (Last session at 5.30pm)
Venue: Pontoon
Attire: Comfortable Casual Clothings
Footwear: Flats/ Sport Shoes / Covered Shoes
Sun Protection: Sunglasses / Caps

On-site registration is required. Participants are required to provide proof of identification through valid photo IDs (i.e.bus cards, passports or driver’s license) and to complete an indemnity form before going sailing.


+ Changing Course: A photography exhibit presented by Eco-Business 

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Eco-Business will be hosting a mini satellite version of their much-anticipated photography exhibition called Changing Course at the Sustainable Singapore Gallery. It will feature stunning photos taken on the recent ClimateForce expedition to Antarctica.

This exhibition is part of Eco-Business’s larger Changing Course campaign, which tells stories about the impacts of climate change, and inspires meaningful change in our society. It is in support of Singapore’s Year of Climate Action, and focuses on advocating renewable energy, zero waste, sustainable lifestyles and youth through talks, workshops, competitions and simply — good, engaging content.

Date/Time: 2 June (Saturday) onwards
Venue: Zone F, inside the Sustainable Singapore Gallery


+ Sustainable Singapore Mascot Appearances

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Get up close and personal with the mascots of the Sustainable Singapore Movement: Caring Cora, Zippy Maree, Smart Eddie, Eco Eva and Smiley Ray.

Date/Time: 2 June (Saturday) and 3 June (Sunday), throughout the day
Venue: Various locations around Marina Barrage


We encourage all visitors to go car-lite and to take public transport to the Climate Action Carnival. For more information on how to get to Marina Barrage, click here.

Nearest Bus Stop

Marina Gdns Dr – Marina Barrage (B03669) Available Bus Services: 400

Shuttle Bus Service

There will be a free looping shuttle bus service to and from Marina Barrage operating on 2 and 3 June. There are two pick up points:

  • Bus stop outside Marina South Pier Station (Exit B)
  • Near the taxi stand at Marina Bay Cruise Centre

The operating times for the shuttle service are as follows:

  • 2 June (Sat): 3.30pm onwards till end of the event
  • 3 June (Sun): 12.30pm onwards till end of the event


There are limited carpark lots at Marina Barrage. Should you be unable to get a parking lot at Marina Barrage, you may wish to park at the nearby Marina Bay Cruise Centre and take the shuttle bus service to Marina Barrage.

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  1. It is very fun event, i hope next year have a nice fun event at jurong park there all the people can go there next year 🙂 🙂

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