PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF 13TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM 2018) PDF: Preliminary Notice 13th SWCS AGM – 2018
“CONNECTING PEOPLE WITH NATURE” Kota Kinabalu Wetlands Open Day (FEE – FREE DAY) Quickly rally your friends and family to celebrate this World Environment Day 2017 at Kota Kinabalu Wetlands, Likas. Get a chance to reconnect and explore with nature — the more the merrier!
In conjunction of World Wetlands Day 2016, Sabah Wetlands Conservation Society (SWCS) is organising the annual World Wetlands Day 2016, which will be held on 27 February 2016, 7.30am – 2.30pm, at Kota Kinabalu Wetlands. This environmental event aims to raise awareness on the importance of wetlands for our future, whilst promoting a healthy lifestyle by organising the 2KM Walk-N-Plant-A-Thon (walk-a-thon) into the mangrove forest. Among the activities that will be held are; 1. World Wetlands Day Launching Ceremony 2. Kota Kinabalu Wetlands Open Day (public) 3. Mangrove Challenge (students) 4. A book launching of “A Guide to the Plants of Kota Kinabalu Wetlands” 5. Registration for KK Wetlands Voluntary … Continue reading Celebration of World Wetlands Day 2016 by Sabah Wetlands Conservation Society
February newsletter is here! Highlight SWCS Previous tree planting projects, Ramsar Site in Malaysia and all programmes held in the month of February.
Introduce January 2018 Newsletter! Highlight SWCS 1st retreat, General Election 14 open letter, and all programmes held in the month of January. Newsletter January 2018
Newsletter December edition is here! Highlights Kota Kinabalu Ramsar Site as one of student’s choice for industrial training, also about Ramsar Site in Malaysia (Tasik Bera) and all programmes held in the month of December.
Let’s check out our Newsletter November Edition. Highlights the launching of Rotary Club Kota Kinabalu District tree planting project and all programmes held in the month of November.
Content this month:
Our Newly-elected Management Committee Member
KK Wetlands Environment Education
CIMB Funded Tree Planting Activity
Get tom know our new JOCV Volunteer – Yujin-san
Info column: The Purple Heron.
Mangrove rehabilitation is one of our effort in wetlands conservation. This year, we are grateful to be selected as one of the beneficiaries for the CSR Project by CIMB Bank Berhad, meanly the CIMB Community Link Project – Mangrove Tree Planting. The project falls under our Green CSR Proposal, with the objectives;
1) To plant 1,500 mangrove saplings (Rhizophora apiculata) in the degraded mangrove area at Sulaman Lake Forest Reserve, Tuaran, and;
2) To leverage off replanting efforts to create public awareness on the importance of wetlands.
Other contents of the March Newsletter including:
– Info Column – Wetlands: A Threatened and Vulnerable Resource
– Environmental Activities in March 2017