Go Green Campaign

As part of our efforts to be a more eco-friendly and sustainable Club, CSC has launched a Go Green Campaign led by James Sharpe (Social Secretary) and Justin Lean (SEWC Member).

Plastic trash in our seas have made sailing a lot less enjoyable and our daily activities/choices make a significant contribution to the problem. Changi Sailing Club and its adjacent beach & greenery is home to a diverse range of wildlife from Otters to Hornbills, it is truly paradise for nature lovers. To protect this ecosystem and slow climate change, our green team has already begun putting in place a few initiatives to kick-start the campaign.

  1. Recycling Bins placed at the Jetty for the separation of trash
  2. Say No to Plastic Straws signs placed at our Restaurant and Bars, supported by our caterer
  3. Banning the use of one-time use mineral water bottles for the Ambassadors’ Cup, our Premier Sailing Event
  4. Eco-Sailing Day on 9th August – Go Sailing, Pick Trash!

Baby steps, a little bit goes a long way! We look forward to eventually having the support of every Member and Friends in any way possible – Creating a Clean and Green Environment for a more enjoyable experience at CSC.

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