I am a firm believer that education should not be confined to a classroom. We visit museums and art galleries to educate our kids on the finer things in life. We travel widely and regularly to expose them to cultures from a wider world, and we highlight issues and social norms that may affect their future and hopefully help them shape their future world.
If you are a like-minded parent like me, I will like to share this opportunity with you and your kids.
Join us atMarina Bay Sands Grand Theatreon20 August 2017 (Sunday),3.30pm to catch the National Geographic LIVE! event on “Celebrating the End of Food Waste” with international award-winning author, campaigner, and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Tristram Stuartwho is here to promote a new series brought to you by National Geographic, in collaboration with series partners Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and National Environment Agency (NEA).
Tristram Stuart is an international award-winning author, speaker, campaigner, and expert on the environmental and social impacts of food waste. His books have been described as “a genuinely revelatory contribution to the history of human ideas” (The Times). His TED talk on the issue of food waste has garnered more than a million views to date!
The environmental campaigning organization he founded, Feedback, has spread its work into dozens of countries worldwide to change society’s attitude towards wasting food. He is also the founder ofToast Ale, a beer launched in the UK in 2016 that is made using fresh, surplus bread.
Get your tickets atSisticand Marina Bay Sands ticketing!
Ticket prices are at $65/ticket.Universal Scribbles readers enjoy an exclusive25% discount when they use the promo codeUniversalScribbles25under “Influencer” upon checkout on both Sistic and Marina Bay Sands ticketing websites.
We want to share this experience with three (3) lucky readers who will each walk away with a pair of tickets (worth $130). To receive a pair of tickets, all you need to do is:
- Share in the post comment (below) how you can cut down on food waste
- Tag a friend (on FB or Instagram – please include these 2 hashtags if you share on Instagram #universalscribbles and #natgeolive)