Blue is in!

We got ‘em back! Our baby blue skies… If I could just welcome them, I’d do it with open arms! I’d so be a (blue) sky hugger! Only recently, we had an exhibition on haze at the Science Centre! Titled, Haze: Know It. Stop It. That’s where I met a passionate advocate in Xin Yi….

Hazy with a chance of even more haze?

With the haze running riot, it’s quite difficult to sing “I can see clearly now”. Chances are you’ll likely run out of breath if you tried! At least, like the Brits, we now have a great conversation starter in the weather. The NEA’s haze reports are dismal. The update this morning (24 Sep) states that…

How long can an Aedes egg survive for under dry conditions?

This question caught my attention in a Facebook contest post by the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources. There was also an enticing hint to get the answers from “The Silent War” YouTube video clip to find out the answer. So, the curious me clicked on the link and off I went, to view a…

Mosquitoes and Dengue in Singapore

Last week, Radio 938Live asked me for an interview on mosquitoes and dengue. The interview that went on air was of course much shorter than the chat I’d had with the radio man, so here’s a more extensive Q&A: Does the weather have to do with the increase in mosquito numbers in Singapore? The weather…