Bounce from Easter egg hunts to the Macao Arts Festival, book swaps and more!
Ever wonder how water reaches your tap, whether limescale is bad for your health or what Macao is doing to make sure the city always has water?
Ruby O, president of the Society of Food & Environmental Health, established an association to educate residents about the impact their meals have on the earth.
What’s the difference between global warming and climate change? Net zero versus carbon neutrality? Macao advocacy group, Genervision House, unpacks commonly misused environmental terms.
To celebrate World Wildlife Day, join us in exploring Macao’s breathtaking biodiversity, from the endangered Chinese white dolphins to the freshwater crab you won’t find anywhere else in the world.
Stock up on all kinds of unpackaged goods at five of Macao’s pioneering zero-waste stores.
It’s no coincidence that we’re seeing climate change. Not only do natural disasters cost lives, but they also destroy habitats and increase the risk of future pandemics.
We revisit the mangroves in honour of World Wetlands Day on 2 February. Macao’s valuable coastal wetlands benefit people and the planet in countless ways, from storing carbon to filtering pollutants.