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SDG 11: Safe and inclusive cities and communities

Amabel Lim's picture

Exercise more often

Go out for walks and cycle more often instead of cooling up at home


LiAnn Tang's picture


i want to encourage everyone to feel like they are worth it. Wherever they are in life, they are progressing.


Jasmine Nguyen's picture

Take public Transport to UNi

I am going to continue taking the train and bus to get to university. Not only can I relax on the commute, but taking public transport also contributes to the reducing emissions. Plus, you can catch up with your friends on the way!



RITA AMES | 03/18/2019 - 21:13

also use glass containers


Anna Salatas's picture

donating clothes

This month I am determined to collect any clothes and toys that are in good condition and donate them to the Salvation Army where people there need them more than I do. That way i am taking one step to give back to my community. Here is a photo of the first three bags I have collected to initiate my step.


Mangala Prasetia's picture

support social equality

Given the social inequalities that continue to persist in society, I'd like to make a pledge and continue to take action against social inequality, whether it be famine, sexism, racism.


Yu Tan's picture

join volunteer

Start volunteer!!!!! Just for help 1.start search during free time,apply for volunteer online,and choose the volunteer time in weekend.



David Robertson | 09/20/2016 - 09:59

Great idea! Have you found a place to volunteer yet?

Yu Tan | 09/30/2016 - 14:14

Yes!2 opportunities confirmed!

Jierong Zhao | 06/27/2021 - 17:04



Mulat Abera Mulat's picture

No more Plastic

Let it be recycling, planting trees I will ensure that I contribute more to conserve, less to landfill. I will strive to ensure that there will be enough resources for evergrowing new generations. I have been given the privilege to consume without any struggle. The future generation should also be given the same opportunity.



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