Wazzzzuuuupppp! I’ve been here and there and now work at a bamboo bicycle shop. For Singapore Power Shift, I am putting the different bits and pieces together. Borrowing my alma mater’s motto, “Ever With The Best”,  a gentle reminder to set our sights high and dream big, I hope participants of this workshop remember to be determined and overcome any challenges they face, in order to be the best stewards of the Earth they can be.
– Nor Lastrina Hamid, SPS Community Connector

I plan to help in spreading press releases and communications to different platforms. Open your eyes, speak your mind, roll up your sleeves in making saving the environment.
– Chewy Paredes, SPS Communications

I’m currently working as an Events Consultant, and I’m involved with the marketing aspects of this event. I want to make a positive change in this world, and thus, I have joined this event to start something positive and hopefully, get others to join in the efforts. In the words of the great Theodore Roosevelt, “The best thing you can do is the right thing; the next best thing you can do is the wrong thing; the worst thing you can do is nothing”. Therefore, to the participants of SG Power Shift, I salute you for making the first step in doing something meaningful and I wish you all the best in making the world a better place to live in.
– Kephren Ayanari, SPS Event Evangelist

Ryan is a graduating student from Nanyang Technological University. Currently the President of Earthlink NTU, the environment club in the university with over 400 members. I actively engage the student population and the wider community beyond the university, locally and overseas, in environmental projects and initiatives. I believes in developing and empowering passionate youths in various areas to benefit the community. Some of my recent projects include Recycling Programme in National University of Laos, Solar Panel Project in Laos, Collaboration project with the other tertiary institution green club.
-Ryan Jin, SPS Liaison Officer

I’m currently pursuing an undergraduate degree at Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and a the webmaster of this years PowerShift Webpage. To me, being green as an appreciation that the actions that we take can have a collectively profound impact of the well-being of the planet, and it is a pleasure for me to be supporting an event where like-minded youth can congregate and push for a meaningful change in the environment as part of a global movement. All the best to all participants and may we inspire greater action towards a sustainable future!
-Tan Chia Wu, SPS Webmaster

I am Yi Han, founder of People’s Movement to Stop Haze, a young but growing movement that aims to demonstrate that ordinary people can do extraordinary things if we work together, and the horrible annual haze is our first target. For the past 3 decades of my life, I have been searching for my life’s mission, and now I’ve found it. =) Join us at Singapore Power Shift and you may find the idea, the like-minded friend or the community to help you unleash your passion.
-Tan Yi Han, SPS Liaison Officer

A few years back, the dramatic melting of millenary glaciers in the Swiss Alps (I am Swiss) and the movie “An inconvenient truth” brought my attention to global warming. Ever since, I try to spread awareness and fight causes and effects, connecting the dots! Do you know anybody who would deliberately harm their own children? Well, we are all doing it! Time to stop! What is it worth aiming for anything in life, if there’s nowhere left to enjoy any achievements. Time to stop! Global warming doesn’t stop at the national border. Remember that small things done are better than big things planned. If you need to go fast, go on your own. If you need to go far, go together. We need to go FAR, TOGETHER, NOW.
-Thomas Naldi, SPS Liaison Officer

I am an Undergraduate of National University of Singapore (NUS), and also the Special Projects Officer of NUS Students Against Violation of the Earth (SAVE), where I was provided with a wide array of platforms to work with members of various associations in the environmental field. This is one of those events, and I am in charge of inviting participants. It is really encouraging to see others who are also standing up to making a change, and SG Power Shift is one of the many platforms which allows you to gain not only knowledge, but form long-lasting friendships and projects experience. Hope to see you there!
-Gracie Low, SPS Liaison Officer

I am currently studying in NUS, taking the Bachelor of Environmental Studies (BES) course. I am also a Special Projects Officer within the environmental organisation in NUS, Students Against Violation of the Earth (SAVE). I have participated in many projects and campaigns for the environment such as [email protected], Global Youth Summit etc.”Do or do not, there is no try.” -Yoda. The time is now for everyone to act for our environment, and it is do or die.
-Guo Bingkun, SPS Liaison Officer

Hi, my name is Janvi and I am currently a 9th grader at Singapore American School. I’m super excited to be an event organizer for 350 Singapore! My favorite quote is, whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve – Napoleon Hill.
-Janvi Kalra, Arts & Music Angel

Hey! I’m Rhea Jain, a 14 year old at Singapore American School. I, as a Singaporean, am thrilled to be working with 350 Singapore to help plan the art and music component of the Power Shift Movement. As Dr. Seuss once said, “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.
-Rhea Jain, Arts & Music Angel

-Tshering, Choden

Xinyuan is a student currently pursuing a gap year before entering university. She is involved in PowerShift in terms of training facilitation, as she believes in shaping great conversations characterised by empathy, friendship, and learning. She hopes participants will gain a broader perspective and also better understanding of their own unique and beautiful potential to step up to confront our shared environmental crisis.
-Wong Xinyuan SPS Liaison Officer

We would also like to thank LJ, Shannice, Siew Kin and KiTo for coming in to help during the event day.

And thanks to Ezra who helped out with the initial proposal idea to the global team, as well as follow ups with speakers materials.

As well as thanks to volunteers who helped out at the initial participant invitations stage.

I’m currently a Year 5 student at NUS High School, of which I feel lucky to keep in touch with people who are passionate about climate change via various activities organised by them throughout the years. I’m in charge of inviting participants to this event. Remember that change doesn’t come with a single person – it is a collective action, and always remember that you are not alone in Singapore.
-Lim Yi Fei, SPS Liaison Officer

-Heng Shi Ning, SPS Liaison Officer

I’m intending to read Environmental Studies at the University of Pennsylvania this fall. I have a strong interest in the international climate change negotiations. For SPS, I’m in charge of liaising with green groups and securing their participation. SPS is going to be a blast—come with an open mind and be prepared to meet sundry people! We’re all part of the solution to tackling the climate crisis 🙂
-Jamie Seah, SPS Liaison Officer