Singapore Insights: BiodiverseCity
Did you know that there are some 40,000 species of flora and fauna in Singapore? Would you like to learn about Singapore's rich biodiversity and active conservation efforts alongside urban development?
The Singapore International Foundation (SIF) invites you to join Mr Wong Tuan Wah, Director for Conservation, National Parks Board on a walk through the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve – Singapore’s largest stands of primary lowland dipterocarp forest which was declared as an Asean Heritage Park in October Protected content , where he would share and dialogue with participants on national strategies and progress in conserving Singapore’s biodiversity.
Date: Saturday, 31 March Protected content
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Registration time and location:
2.45pm at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve Visitor Centre (Seminar Room)
Register online by Monday 26 March Protected content . More details:
Singapore Insights is open to the international community in Singapore. Each session is limited to 30 participants for maximum interaction with policy experts and practitioners. There are no charges for participation. But once registered, we seek your understanding and cooperation to be present at the session.
For enquiries, please contact Ms Lai Ru Ying at Protected content Protected content .
We look forward to your participation!
Singapore International Foundation
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