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Misi Gaia

Series premiere on Suria Channel, Mediacorp Singapore

Red Communications for The Moving Visuals Company Singapore

This info-ed series produced by The Moving Visuals Co (TMVC) for Suria Channel, Mediacorp Singapore is an environmental-themed reality series in the Malay language.

New host Amyrah Mustafa explores different green initiatives overseas to see how they can be adopted back home in Singapore as well as other green initiatives presently being practised in Singapore. Red Communications Sdn Bhd provided overseas production support and commissioning HonYuen Leong to oversee the series content (with script writer Baizura Kahar and TMVC) and to direct in Malaysia, Japan and Indonesia, with direction by TMVC in Singapore.

Filming locations: Kuala Lumpur and Klang (Malaysia), Jakarta, Pulau Tidung and Depok (Indonesia), Osaka and Kamikatsu (Japan), and Singapore.

Ep 1 Fashion Gaia: In a world of fast fashion, many clothes are thrown into landfills. In Misi Gaia’s pilot episode, Amyrah finds a way to recycle textiles and prevent them from becoming waste in Malaysia and Singapore.

Ep 2 Zero Waste: Prevention is better than cure. This time Misi Gaia led Amyrah to Japan where she visits Kamikatsu, a zero waste town. There, she gets a taste of the local experience and finds out how they achieved Zero Waste town status.

Ep 3 Upcycling: This week, we find out how waste can be upcycled. Amyrah discovers how to turn trash into useful products as we visit Malaysia for our second trip there.

Ep 4 Alternate Energy: Electricity used in homes requires the burning of fossil fuels. Amyrah Mustafa travels to Osaka, Japan to discover how organisations are using alternative sources of energy. She then parallels it with Singapore’s efforts in this area.

Ep 5 Green Packaging: Plastic packaging is one of the greatest contributors to waste. In this episode, Amyrah finds an alternative to such packaging in Indonesia and Singapore.

Ep 6 Food 360˚: Everyday, tons of food are wasted and sent to the landfills. Do you know that this food waste can be used for other purposes ? In this episode, Amyrah heads to Malaysia as well as Singapore’s Insectta to find out how they handle food waste.

Ep 7 Disaster Waste Management: Imagine if Singapore were to face a disaster, how will we handle it ? Amyrah goes to Japan to learn about how they handle disaster and finds out whether Singapore would ever face such calamities.

Ep 8 Green Education: Saving the Earth is both our responsibility and that of the future generations. In this episode, Misi Gaia brings Amyrah around looking for organisations that provide green education in Jakarta and Singapore.

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