About Us

 

Our company, Carbon InQ, founded by Alexius Yeo in 2015, began as a simple family experiment that wanted to bring neighbours together using the unifying language of food. Through the exploration of how our food is produced, prepared, consumed and discarded, and grounded in the ethic of “sharing first”, our Project33 community has grown steadily since. Built upon the collective efforts of our community members, and with the support of NUS’ University Scholars Programme, we started a nature school, called the Centre for Nature Literacy and Enterprise (CNLE), located within NUS, to serve as a learning hub for nature programmes and an incubator for nature-based businesses.