Bhavani Prakash, 60°

Profile 

Member Since
1486 days ago
Location
Singapore, Singapore
Website
www.ecowalkthetalk.com

About Me

I'm an environmental writer and activist based in Singapore. As founder of Eco WALK the Talk it is my ardent desire to add momentum to the growing movement towards a gentler and more sustainable planet, that is emanating from Asia.

My constant quest is: how can each one of us become leaders within our communities to create positive change?

Quotes

"We must be the change we want to see in the world." M.K. GANDHI

"At the end of the day, all that matters is three things : how much we have loved, how gently we have lived and how gracefully we let go." - BUDDHA

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2 Comments 

Nick G., 4 years ago

Keep up the great work Bhavani! It seems that the quest is all about discovering where that tipping point is - how many people, how many actions, and what geography can trigger the scale of change that is required.

Bhavani Prakash, 4 years ago

Thanks, Nick for the nice welcome to Celsias! That is so true...and as we don't know when or where or how it's going to happen...we keep trying, we keep doing our best! You're doing some pretty interesting things yourself! Will explore your websites in detail and connect again :)

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Actions 

Use emails more and Avoid printing emails. Doing this since in October 2010.

Join Celsias now!. Did this in October 2010.

Harvest Rainwater. Doing this since in October 2010.

Grow some vegetables. Doing this since in October 2010.

Unplug appliances when not in use. Doing this since in October 2010.