Jun-E Tan


on 31 Oct, 12:39

Malaysia’s First Zero Waste Fest

Taken from their Facebook Event, https://www.facebook.com/events/140264303277716/

Wondering how to reduce your waste and begin your zero waste journey? Malaysia’s First Zero Waste Fest is brought to you by Zero Waste Malaysia, Sampah, Menyampah and The Hive- Bulk Foods.

Happening on 23rd December 2017, Saturday at Slate at The Row. We are excited to have Bea Johnson as our guest speaker sharing about Zero Waste Lifestyle. Bea is the Founder of Global #ZeroWasteMovement and author of the bestseller, Zero Waste Home, which is currently available in 17 languages!

Expect series of activities including Zero Waste Market, mini exhibition, workshops, launching of Zero waste Map and many more!

It’s never too late to live consciously. And we will see you on our event day!

–Malaysia’s First Zero Waste Fest–
Date: 23rd December 2017
Time: 10 a.m. – 5p.m.
Venue: Slate@The Row, Kuala Lumpur
Fee: FREE!

(No Registration required, everyone is welcome!)
10 am-5 pm: Zero Waste Concept Market & Zero Waste Mini Exhibition

(Registration is required for below programme. Please grab your ticket as seats are limited: (https://malaysiasfirstzerowastefest.eventbrite.com/) )
12.30 pm: Registration for Bea Johnson’s Talk

1.00 pm: Film screening, Bea Johnson’s Talk, Panel Discussion, Launching of Zero Waste Map.
(Vietnamese vegetarian refreshments will be served by An Viet)

4.00 pm: Press Conference & Book Signing

5.00 pm: See you!

(As we have super limited seats with extra high demand for Bea’s Talk, please make sure you can show up for the talk before booking. IF you are unable to show up last minute, please inform us via zerowastemy@gmail.com so we could transfer seats to people on waiting list!)


Something you should know:
1. BYO: No disposables will be provided during the event, please bring your own bag, bottle, cutlery, plate and mug to the event. Be the Zero Waste Hero!

2. No Trash Bin: This is a Zero Waste Event, thus no trash bin will be placed at the event place.

3. Public Transport: Limited parking space around and will cost you an arm and a leg. Now we tell you a little secret…Dang Wangi LRT station and Medan Tuanku Monorail station is only in walking distance.

–About Bea Johnson–
Bea Johnson and her family adopted a zero waste lifestyle a decade ago; their household produces a mere pint of trash per year.

With her blog and bestseller Zero Waste Home (translated in 17 languages, #1 on Amazon waste cat.), Bea launched a global movement and continues to inspire a growing community to live simply and take a stance against needless waste.

Her methodology is based on 5R’s: “Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rot, and only in that order”. She shatters misconceptions, proving that zero waste can not only be stylish, but also lead to significant health benefits, and time and money savings.

She speaks at universities, corporate events and conferences all over the globe, including Google, Pixar, Adobe, the European
Parliament and the United Nations.

She has completed eight international tours and given 190+ speeches in 30+ countries on 6 continents. She has appeared on TV shows and in publications everywhere, from The Today Show to BBC Breakfast. Passionate and optimist, she was dubbed “The Priestess of Waste-Free Living” by the New York Times and is the leading spokesperson for the zero waste lifestyle.

She is a Grand Prize winner of The Green Awards, a member of the New Dream advisory council, and a French native who currently lives in Mill Valley, California.

on 23 Mar, 10:09

Guide to MESYM documentary screenings @ Plaza Sentral

Hi all! We’ve moved to a new venue for the MESYM Documentary Nights. The address is: MSC Malaysia Incubation Centre, Block 1B, Level 3, Plaza Sentral (instead of Loyar Burok). View map in Google Maps.

Here’s a pictoral guide to bring you from KL Sentral to the event:

From within KL Sentral, this is what you see if you face Nu Sentral.


Go towards the right of Nu Sentral, towards the “This way to KLIA Express”sign.


Get out of the building, follow the sign that has Plaza Sentral on it.


You’ll cross the pedestrian walkway.


Once you get into Plaza Sentral, follow the sign that says Block 1A-1B.


At Block 1B, take the lift up to the 3rd floor. When you get out of the lift, you’ll see a blue door with a sign on its side, saying “Incubation Centre”.


This is the sign. Just follow it.


And here’s the door to our event!


We look forward to seeing you at our screenings!

on 2 Feb, 13:20

NEC Day Trip : A Bug’s Life!

Hello parents and kids! NEC is going to organize a day trip program, “A Bug’s Life!” on 11th February 2017. The kids will find out more about the entomology is and they will enter a new world of science.

Bugs are accessible, small, curious, and catchable, and thus children will learn how to identify an insect from other arthropods, investigate how and what insects eat, where they live, and what benefit they are in our shared world and so much more.

Date : 11 Feb 2017 ( Saturday)
Time : 9.00 AM – 1.00 PM
Cost per person : RM 45 for MNS Member
 RM 48 for Non Member

Join us and your kids will be sure to have a great fun time with friends. Parents are welcome to join as well with the fee of RM20/pax only. Lunch will be provided for the kids and parents. To book, please call us at 03- 62771703 or email us atnec@mns.org.my .

Method of payment:


Maybank        :  012138304679

Please keep bank in slip and email or bring during the actual date of camp as prove of payment.

Contact person : Ms. Zalikha / Ms. Nisha
  Programme Officers
  Nature Education Centre FRIM Kepong
Phone  : 03-62771703 / 013-3204684 / 019-7768243
Email  : nec@mns.org.my

Originally posted at: http://www.mns.my/article.php?aid=3340

on 2 Feb, 13:11

CETDEM’s Farmer’s Corner

An event that happens every 3rd Sunday of the month except on public holidays and clashes with our other major events.

If you are looking for fresh, affordable organic vegetables, fruits, and some delicious breads/quick breads, this is the place for you! Organic fertilizer, vermi compost, compost bins, vegetable seeds/seedlings and publications on farming/health & environment matters are also available for sale.

Objectives of this small farmer’s corner include:

  • To cater specifically for small organic farms 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, especially to the local community.
on 1 Feb, 18:02

MESYM Documentary Night resumes on 2nd Friday of March

Good news everyone! We have found the new venue for our MESYM Documentary Nights, and it’s as centrally located as it can get – in Plaza Sentral, right beside KL Sentral. This means that the event will be accessible by many forms of public transportation (Kelana Jaya LRT, KTM, Monorail, KLIA Transit/Express, as well as buses), and if you drive the parking is RM4 per entry after 6pm, in Plaza Sentral.

The new address:
Incubation Centre (MSC Malaysia)
Block 1B, Level 3,
Plaza Sentral, Sentral,
Kuala Lumpur

We will start the MESYM Documentary Nights again from March, every second Friday of the month (note that we have changed it from every second Tuesday of the month to Friday). Stay tuned for the announcement of our next film soon!

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