At EAD, we are conscious that we are part of the wider community. We all want to live and work in a safe and healthy environment and to pass a legacy of a healthy environment on to future generations. The environment concerns us all. But, we need to be more than just concerned; we need to take the initiative.

Here are some of the ways we work with the community:

Connect with Nature

A program that prompt more young people to discover our nation’s hidden treasures off the beaten track, as well motivate them to contribute towards proactive efforts in the protection and preservation of our environment. It will also build on our collective efforts to instill a profound respect for the environment among the younger generations, who will ultimately be responsible for driving the sustainable growth of our nation, and beyond.

For further details on Connect with Nature visit the website

Environmental Occasions

Every year, EAD marks a variety of environmental occasions, under a specific theme, to promote a better understanding of environmental issues. Some are local such as; National Environment Day which is held each year on 4th February and led by the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, while others are international such as: World Water Day on 22nd March, Earth Hour in March and World Environment Day on 5th June.

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