Minor Issues: Raising environmentally sensitive kids

A 2014 photo of children catching fish at the river along Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - My wife and I have always had a goal of raising our kids to be ecologically sensitive.

We aspire for our two boys to respect the environment and ecological diversity that we live among daily. After all, Singapore as a low-lying island state is particularly vulnerable to the warming of the oceans and effects of climate change.

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