The Finder‘s Issue 290 is all about ways to “Green Your Life” on the Red Dot.
All of Issue 290’s Finder Insiders were chosen for their deep expertise or life experience on the theme: sustainable, ethical living in or travelling from Singapore.
Look out for insights from Beth Medley of Hunter + Boo, Dan Gerick of Bushwick Biotech Probiotics, EPIC Cyclist Juan Paolo Gonzales, Flower Girl’s Sofia Czanik, Swapaholic-In-Chief Raye Padit and AJ Hagwood of Telunas Resorts.
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Adopting a sustainable lifestyle in the Garden City is a breeze with these 10 smart tips on eco-mmuting, conserving water and cutting down on plastic and e-waste and more!
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When your wanderlust is seeking wilderness, consider these 5 bucket-list-worthy destinations around the region – and unique activities to try while there.
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Did you know that Singapore was recently ranked number two “most vegan-friendly city” in Asia by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)? Now you do!
Figure out where to eat next at these delicious vegan and vegetarian restaurants, which boast truly diverse cuisines.
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These ethical beauty products and salon services will help you get great skin and hair without harming Mother Nature.
Several are considered “Conscious Brands” by SG-based Green Is The New Black. Read about its eco-chic founder on the next slide!
NEXT: Singapore Secrets by Stephanie Dickson →
All grownsed up, third-culture kid Stephanie Dickson is both a fierce protector of the planet and just plain fierce (i.e., exceptionally stylish and all-around amazing). As the founder of Green Is The New Black, which will host its fifth-annual The Conscious Festival this October 1 at the Parkroyal on Pickering, she knows what’s what when it comes to eco-conscious products and services.
Scope Stephanie’s personal picks on this page, and see GITNB’s influence throughout the issue.
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By Sara Lyle Bow, January 2018
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