Anderson Secondary School once again participated in the World Water Day with a record, in line with the 2014 UN theme of ‘water-energy nexus’. The students cut out over 2,000 used bottles and made little gardens in them. The receptacles were topped with a pinwheel and arranged in the shape of a water droplet, measuring 10.1m by 7.3m, on the green roof of Marina Barrage on 15 Mar 2014. The mini gardens are used as an education tool to demonstrate their function to retain and clean water. Pinwheels are symbolic of the energy component in this year’s theme.