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Posted on | May 28, 2016 | Comments Off on Hacked By GeNErAL

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Ride for good to the Eco Design Fair 4th June 2016

Posted on | May 25, 2016 | Comments Off on Ride for good to the Eco Design Fair 4th June 2016

In tandem with the Eco Design Fair 2016, an annual community event showcasing sustainable innovation and design in Shanghai, held this year on June 3-5th. GoodtoChina will hold a charity bike ride on June 4th. Come and enjoy the sports you love, scenic view in Shanghai, Eco Design Fair, and bringing hope to those around you!



Date: June 4th 2016

Meet: 10:00 am at 27Bike Club

Address: 27a 396 wulumuqi south road near Zhaojiabang road

Bring: your own bike and bike helmet and water bottle

Bike and Helmet rental available: RMB100 (Need to book at least 2 days in advance)

Sign up: https://247tickets.cn/tickets/ride-good-eco-design-fair



Join us!

This year we will ride to feed the homeless and students in Shanghai, through the Growing Healthy Cities project. This project grows year round nutritious vegetables, on Skyfarms and donates locally to those who are vulnerable and are at risk of nutritious food shortage.

When you sign up you can choose to donate to support this cool project that builds stronger and more resilient communities. We suggest 50 RMB this includes free entry to the Eco Design Fair.


The team from 27 Bike club will be leading the route.

Route: includes scenic view of Normandy building (????) Suzhou Creek(????) French Concession (???) Romantic Alley@ Wanping South Road (????????????)

Starts: 27a 396 wulumuqi south road -Jianguoxi lu- Wanpin south road- xingguo road-Huashan road- Zhengning Road- Xinzha Road- Kangdin road- Nansuzhou road- Huangpibei road- Xintiandi (Site of the Eco Fair)

Finishing point: Eco Design Fair at Lafayette Art & Design Centre

Total distance: approximate 18 Km

Any questions about the ride contact 27Bike Club Martin Voon

At Wechat: (pls scan Martin’s QR code below)

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After the Ride, enjoy:

Eco Designs

Live Performance

Interactive Art Installations

Stunning Eco Fashion Presentations

Creative Workshops

Engaging Seminars

Healthy Delicacies

and more…



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SAS students hands on sustainability learning at SkyfarmShanghai

Posted on | May 25, 2016 | Comments Off on SAS students hands on sustainability learning at SkyfarmShanghai

On Monday 25th April we welcomed 41 students from SAS International School’s Pudong campus to our Skyfarm at Anken Green.


Despite the light rain all were excited to see how the Skyfarm operates, and of course to get their hands into the soil itself.


A quick tour of the renovated factory building helped them to understand the importance of reducing our environmental impact and the ways that this can be done through clever building design.


On the rooftop itself, the students broke into 3 groups and moved through 3 stations with our Skyfarm educators: Composting, Soil and Planting, and finally Poetry.


At the Composting station, students learned about the food cycle and decomposition, how to make their own compost and what to put in it, and the importance of worms and other detritivores.


Out in the garden, they discussed different soil types and how to identify them, used trowels to mix compost into the existing soil and along the way encountered all the various insects and animals that naturally occur in a garden.


Each student then filled a small pot with the newly mixed soil and planted their choice of lettuce or coriander/cilantro seeds to take away home with them.


Finally, at the poetry station students worked with their teachers to express all that they had seen and how it made them feel.


Judging by the amount of writing we saw, we think the garden made a big impression!


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AmCham Shanghai’s Earth Day Fair!

Posted on | April 22, 2016 | 1 Comment

AmCham Shanghai’s Environmental Committee and GoodtoChina invite you to celebrate Earth Day on Friday, April 22 from 14:00-17:00 at the Plaza at Shanghai Centre.

Held every year on April 22, Earth Day is a global movement that advocates environmental awareness and protection. It was first launched in 1970 and is now celebrated in more than 192 countries each year.

GoodtoChina will be presenting our ‘Grow healthier cities membership package’.


AmCham Shanghai’s Earth Day is an opportunity to showcase businesses and organizations that employ technologies, products and services that address China’s environmental challenges. Enjoy the outdoor expo featuring companies and organizations with innovative environmental initiatives, network with like-minded peers, and participate in raffles and games to win environmentally-friendly prizes.

Event Type: Environmental Committee Event
Date: Friday, April 22, 2016, 14:00 to 17:00
Venue: The Plaza @ Shanghai Centre 1376 Nanjing Road West
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Cost: Member (RMB): 0.00
Non-Member (RMB): 0.00

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Blog from Concordia International School Shanghai
Recent Sky Farm transformation at Concordia International School Shanghai, 16 October 2015



During Earth Science Week 2015, Concordia International School Shanghai transformed their roof top garden into a Sky Farm. Good to China’s Sky Farm team led workshops throughout the day with junior and senior students. Engaging in hands on science as junior and senior science students put science into practice. Students learned about ecosystems, sustainability and were encouraged to pick and support a Sustainable Development Goal (recently released by the UN).

Students set up a series of long-term experiments, checked the suitability of their soil to grow their own nutritious vegetables through a series of experiments such as measuring pH, soil composition, bio diversity and more. They set up a specific area to monitor changes in soil according to different strategies to maintain soil texture and quality over the autumn and winter season. Students then set to work to improve soil content for immediate planting. With teams in place and fabulous names for each working team, students prepared their planting areas and planted the sky farm in teams according to Sky Farms rotational plan for nutritious and sustainable food. Each team will now maintain their personal garden plot and share their bounty with their community as it grows and produces great tasting, locally grown vegetables.

You can find this article also on our Blog “Shanghai Skyfarms“. There we explain also more about the concept of Skyfarms and publish weekly updates of our volunteer activities & events.






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