Simple and inexpensive ways to go green
by Nur Khairah Alegria Suner
Going green does not necessarily have to cost you a fortune. It can start with a simple gesture like turning off the lights and air-conditioner when they are not in use. According to Centre for Environment, Technology and Development Malaysia (Cetdem) executive director Anthony Tan Kee Huat, not all green initiatives or technologies are costly.
“One of the most powerful tools are our fingers. With our fingers, we have the power to switch off the lights or any electrical appliances not being used. “It does not cost anything. In fact, you gain more by saving and cutting your electricity bills,” Tan told FMT after attending the European Climate Diplomacy Week forum at Taylor’s University yesterday.
Read more: Simple and inexpensive ways to go green
CETDEM Farmer’s Corner is back!
Are you looking for fresh organic vegetables, vegetable seeds, organic compost, fertilizer? Don’t miss out our Farmer’s Corner.
Besides, we also offer varieties of ulam/herbs as well as house plants that have the ability to remove indoor air pollutants or produce oxygen and remove carbon dioxide at night.
The Objectives of this small farmer’s corner include:
* To Cater specifJanuaryor small organic farmers as an outlet to market their produce.
* To Cultivate closer relationships/trust amongst farmers and consumers.
* To Provide fresh and affordable organically grown vegetables to consumers.
See you on 10 June 2017, Saturday at the Organic Farming Community Centre at No 29 Jalan 19/15, Section 19, Petaling Jaya.