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Greening Malaysia: 100 Million Trees Campaign Webinar Series 2 on 'Mass Flowering of the Malaysian Rainforest'
  • Date 30/07/2021 (Fri)

The Greening Malaysia: 100 Million Trees Campaign Webinar Series 2 on 'Mass Flowering of the Malaysian Rainforest' scheduled for 30 July 2021 is open for registration now.

This webinar is co-organised by the Kementerian Tenaga dan Sumber Asli (KeTSA), FRIM & The Habitat Foundation, the session will disclose interesting research findings on mass flowering as well as highlight strategies and activities undertaken by various agencies and organisations to ensure collections of seeds for the production of planting materials for forest conservation and restoration.

Scan the QR code on the poster or click on frim.gov.my/webinar to secure a place. Participation is free of charge and limited to 1,000 attendees.

Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) Director General Dr Ismail Parlan will deliver the opening remarks and also serve as the Moderator for this webinar.

The following are the topics to be presented by six panel speakers:

  • 'Pattern of flowering in Malaysian Forest: Trend over a 30-year period' by Nashatul Zaimah Noor Azman (Head of Seed Technology Laboratory, FRIM);
  • 'Seeds collection for ecosystem restoration' by Mohd. Rizal Sabran (Head of Section, Planting Material Technology, Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia [FDPM]);
  • 'General flowering of tropical forest and its implication to forestry in Sabah' by Dr Reuben Nilus (Head of Forest Ecosystem Management Research Programme, Forest Research Centre, Sabah Forestry Department);
  • 'Managing source of planting materials in governing Sarawak's greening Programme' by Zarina Hj Shebli (Assistant Director, Restoration and Industrial Forest Division (RIFD), Forest Department Sarawak)
  • 'Community-powered conservation: A voluntary dipterocarp seed project' by Afzaa Abdul Aziz (Project Manager for Elmina Rainforest Knowledge Centre, Tropical Rainforest Conservation and Research Centre [TRCRC]); and
  • 'NGO's role towards greening programme through CEPA' by Prof. Dr Ahmad Ismail (President, Malaysian Nature Society [MNS]).

Registered participants will receive the Zoom link before the webinar and an e-cert after the session. For any enquiry or assistance, please contact: urusetia_webinar@frim.gov.my.

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