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Greening Malaysia: 100 Million Trees Campaign Webinar Series
  • Date 25/05/2021 (Tue)

In conjunction with International Biodiversity Day (IBD) 2021, The Habitat Foundation and the Society for Conservation Biology are proud to partner with the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (KeTSA) in organizing the Greening Malaysia: 100 Million Trees Campaign Webinar Series as a platform to share experience and expertise on forest restoration across Malaysia.

The campaign emphasises that all stakeholders and sectors have a role to play in realising this vision of ecosystem restoration. We hope that this platform will lead to synergies and collaborations for greater impact and will provide a fertile meeting place to share resources and insight on the science and practice of forest restoration.

The first session of the Webinar Series which will take place on 25 May 2021 at 10.00am. In addition to providing some background on the 100 Million Trees Campaign, the session will showcase case studies from around Malaysia, and provide opportunities for participants to engage in a discussion of knowledge gaps and interests.

Kindly click on the registration link to secure your place.

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