Social & Environmental Consciousness In Our Daily Lives

Image courtesy of the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, NASA Johnson Space Center

Image courtesy of the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, NASA Johnson Space Center

Climate change affects all of us and Mural Lingo Foundation strongly advocates for making that our cause for action. As we work towards doing our part in being an environmentally conscious enterprise, some of our current strategies include utilising reusable or eco-friendly materials and creating artistic works and experiences relating to the concept of climate change. In 2018, we reinvested some of our profits to purchase metal paint container palettes as a replacement for plastic tupperware palettes, for our painting projects. This step was a giant leap towards achieving one of our environmental goals: to eliminate the unnecessary use of plastic from our daily operations. 

We are constantly thinking of novel ways to reduce waste, reuse our materials and eliminate any forms of environmental inefficiency from our daily operations. Though we are a small independent social enterprise operating without any support from the government or patrons, we dare to make conscious choices and reduce the damage done to our environment. While we haven’t fully accomplished all our eco centered goals, we continue to do our best and take the necessary steps towards reduced harm to our planet. Henceforth, we invite you to share our love for the environment and our community.

 
ZERO Plastic  - Metal containers as a replacement to plastic tupperware.

ZERO Plastic - Metal containers as a replacement to plastic tupperware.

‘Christmas Snow Globes’  - Educational children workshops using recycled materials.

‘Christmas Snow Globes’ - Educational children workshops using recycled materials.

‘Sprouts’  - Recycled papers as a medium to create the shadow art installation @  Google   Singapore .

‘Sprouts’ - Recycled papers as a medium to create the shadow art installation @ Google Singapore.

‘Trash Robots’  - Functional art installations using found/recycled/unwanted objects at Garden Beats.

‘Trash Robots’ - Functional art installations using found/recycled/unwanted objects at Garden Beats.