February Events in Singapore

Check out the green events in Singapore this February. Let’s raise awareness, take action, connect with nature, join the environmental movement, and meet like-minded people.


1. Edible Garden Volunteers

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Sun, 11th, 18th, and 25th of Feb.

Location: Roof Top Garden @ 506, 506 Yishun Avenue 4, Singapore, 760506

Organiser: Tony the Farmer


Visit the community garden and help out with basic garden chores like weeding, composting preps, harvesting, soil mixing, and watering. Produce from the garden goes to the community fridge, which helps families in need.

Click here to learn more. .

2. Litter Vanture (Clean up)

Time: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., Sat., 17th Feb.

Location: Boon Keng MRT Station (NE9), 900 Serangoon Road, Singapore, 328260

Organiser: Stridy


Get an hour of walking exercise in, maybe meet some interesting people, do some good and learn all about the waste management challenges in Singapore.

Litter picking equipment will be provided so you won’t get your hands dirty.

Click here for more information.

3. Urban Farming Workshop

Time: 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., 23rd Feb., 2024

Location: Choa Chu Kang Public Library – Programme Room 1 (Level 4), 21 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, Lot One Shoppers’ Mall, #04-01/02

Organiser: GoLibrary | National Library Board


The programme will cover Singapore’s food story as well as the “30 by 3o” mission. Participants will learn about urban farming and the science behind Controlled Environmental Agriculture.

Learn more about the event here.

4. NUS Social Impact Catalyst: Project Demo Day

Time: 8 a.m. – 1 p.m., 24th Feb., 2024

Location: 180 Kitchener Road #06-10, Singapore, 208539

Organiser: NUS Social Impact Catalyst


NUS Social Impact Catalyst’s annual Project Demo Day (PDD) showcases top-tier student talent and explores groundbreaking student-led projects focusing on sustainability and innovation.

Witness a competitive pitch battle where NUS students contend for grants totaling $65,000, driving their projects towards real-world impact.

Learn more about the event here.

5. Plastic: Remaking Our World

Time: 23rd Jan. – 23rd Jun., 2024

Location: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road Singapore

Organiser: National Museum of Singapore


Plastic: Remaking Our World examines the history and future of this controversial material: from its meteoric rise in the 20th century and its environmental impact to cutting-edge solutions for a more sustainable way of using plastic. The exhibition features over 300 objects, posters, films and photographs from the Vitra Design Museum and its partners, including rarities from the dawn of the plastic age, objects of the pop era and contemporary designs and projects, with additional content on the use of plastic and sustainability in Singapore.

Learn more details here.

6. Zero • Market

Time: 9:00 – 14:00, 1st and 3rd Saturday & Sunday

Place: Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre, 30A Yishun Central 1, Singapore 768796

Organiser: Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre 慈济人文青年中心


The Zero • Market is a sustainable lifestyle market, where fresh produce and sustainable goods are available! They are working towards Zero Waste, starting with Zero Meat and Zero Plastic (except for unavoidable plastic packaging). It takes place every 1st and 3rd weekend (Saturday and Sunday) of the month unless otherwise stated. Visit the Zero • Market and don’t forget to bring your own bag!

Learn more here.

7. Repair Kopitiam

Time: Sunday, 25th February 

Place: Various locations 

Organiser: Repair Kopitiam 


Repair Kopitiam is an initiative designed to combat the disposable culture by offering a platform where individuals can mend their personal belongings with guidance and assistance from volunteer “Repair Coaches”. This do-it-yourself (DIY) repair event takes place on the final Sunday of each month at different locations throughout the country. To participate, attendees need to schedule a specific timeslot and are allowed to bring up to two items for repair during each session.

Booking opens on 9th February through 21st February. Read event house rules here.

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