Entries Categorized as 'Seminars'

Public Forum of SIBiol

Date May 26, 2009

First published on Raffles Museum News

Public Seminar: Crossing the Line – Illegal and Unwarranted Aliens in Singapore

Date May 21, 2009

To commemorate The International Day for Biological Diversity 2009, Professor Peter Ng will be giving the above titled talk on Friday 22nd May, 11am – 12pm, at the Function Hall, Botany Centre, Singapore Botanic Gardens.

Seminar: Healthy Marine Life, Sustainable Seafood and You

Date May 17, 2009

Status of our Coral Reefs: After 40 years of policy and development

Date February 9, 2009

“Existing problems are broadly attributed to Climate Change. But what we are witnessing is the effect of over 40 years of inadequate and inefficient policy.” Dr. Chua Thia-Eng set the tone of the evening with that solemn statement, but quickly turned to lighten up the audience with the following graphic from The Economist: Dr. Chua […]

New ways to look at old stuff?

Date February 2, 2009

Tropical Marine Science Institute, National University of Singapore will be hosting a seminar on marine molecular ecology entitled: New ways to look at old stuff? Investigating recently proposed molecular ecological diagnostics in marine mammals. Speaker: Glenn Dunshea PhD student, Antarctic Wildlife Research Unit, School of Zoology, University of Tasmania; Applied Marine Mammal Ecology, Australian Government […]

Public Lecture and Launch of Status of Coral Reefs of the World: 2008

Date February 1, 2009

Southeast Asia Launch of the Report on the “Status of Coral Reefs of the World: 2008” in conjunction with Public Lecture on “Sustainable Development of Coasts and Oceans: threats, opportunities and responsible governance” by Dr. Chua Thia-Eng Chair of the East Asian Seas Partnership Council of the Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of […]

Hantu Blog at Singapore American School

Date November 30, 2008

Lisa Paggeot gives and introduction On Tuesday, The Hantu Blog had the pleasure of being invited by Singapore American School (SAS) teacher and PADI Instructor, Jim Diebley, to give a talk about marine conservation and the biodiversity of local waters. Diebley learnt about our talk “Southern Haunt” (developed to commemorate the IYOR) when his student […]

Southern Haunt is Online!

Date September 8, 2008

In case you missed our talk on Hantu’s marine life at last month’s IYOR launch at the Botanical Gardens, you can now watch the full presentation online! Three cheers for technology! If you like what you see and would like the Hantu Blog to visit your school or office drop us an email!

IYOR Launch

Date August 10, 2008

Ria provides a comprehensive write up of the IYOR Launch at the Botanical Gardens over this weekend on the IYOR Blog. She’s got lots of pictures and a run down of all the events and side shows that took places over the past two days. Meet the people who worked hard to get the event […]

The Largest Movement in the World

Date May 16, 2008

Paul Hawken is an environmentalist, entrepreneur, journalist, and author. Starting at age 20, he dedicated his life to sustainability and changing the relationship between business and the environment. His practice has included starting and running ecological businesses, writing and teaching about the impact of commerce on living systems, and consulting with governments and corporations on […]