From high fashion brands to major celebrities like Emma Watson and Anne Hathaway, it’s clear that going green has become an accepted and even desirable approach these days – thankfully. Be it going vegan or simply just abstaining from using plastic frivolously, being environmentally-conscious (contrary to what Donald Trump and his supporters spew) will only benefit the planet – and in turn, us as a species.
If you’ve been thinking about becoming more environmentally-friendly but have yet to start, a good place to do so would be the 2nd Singapore Eco Film Festival, taking place this weekend (31 August – 3 September) at The Projector and the Art Science Museum.
P.S. Aside from the opening film (Acid Ocean) of the festival, all of the other 9 film screenings are completely free – so you really have no reason not to attend if you’re interested in going green.
Here, we pick out some of the more interesting films that will be screened: