A vegetable plot springs up near a disused tennis court. A filthy back lane gets turned into a mini playground for the neighbourhood. Yasmin Ras of EcoKnights talks about place-making, the art of reclaiming public spaces for the community using sustainable means. And Susan Tam discusses one of Kuala Lumpur’s early examples of the activity: the TTDI Edible Project, where the area’s residents produce their own greens.
T-14 days, and we are ready to rock the country’s biggest and most happening environment-themed festival with you! We sure hope you’re ready! From free film screenings to workshops and also amazing selections of live art and performances, KLEFF will be YOUR ultimate green experience!
The 8th Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival (KLEFF) this year will feature a Green Market segment where close to 76 NGOs and green businesses will be participating in promoting sustainable consumption and production.
It’s the Malaysian Year of Festivals and the 8th Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival is one festival you don’t want to miss. The 3-day lineup consists of more than 116 environment-themed films of various genre, a dozen community and hands-on workshops on film making and sustainability, a musical extravaganza featuring…
DHL, the world’s leading logistics services provider, announced today that it would be the official logistics partner of the 8th Kuala Lumpur Eco Film (KLEFF) festival by providing support for all delivery operations required for the festival.
In its 8th year, KL Eco Film Festival (KLEFF) will team up with Indonesian Nature Film Society (INFIS) to bring together a very special workshop and screening on the crucial role indigenous peoples play protecting our environment in Asia and further afield.