The Sabah Wetlands Conservation Society in collaboration with Repsol Oil & Gas Malaysia Unlimited is organising a Video Contest and Webinar, in conjunction with the World Soil Day 2020 celebration. Only the FIRST 50 teams will be shortlisted as one of the winners. All you have to do is;
1. Read and agree the rules and regulations at: World Soil Day 2020 – Video Contest Submission
2. Create your TWO (2) Minutes video together with your family on how you can make a positive impact through your own actions and behaviors in keeping soil alive and protecting the soil diversity; and
3. Submit your entry (Contest period 9 – 20 December 2020) via email to email@example.com (Don’t forget to send the google form)
AND STAND A CHANCE TO WIN CASH PRIZES & GIFTS WORTH UP TO RM8,000.00!!!
Create your video and submit your entry now!
There are many challenges to protecting and managing urban wetlands which are known for their esthetic values, biodiversity and their provisioning of ecosystem services. Despite their potential, there has been a continued and rapid erosion of urban wetlands associated with climate change, city expansion and pollution. Understanding these impacts on wetland functions will be helpful in evaluating suitable management practices which remains a huge challenge for wetland managers, scientists and civil society organizations. The 3rd International Symposium on the conservation and management of Urban Wetlands is designed to initiate discussion among key stakeholders from the public, private, academia and civil society organizations in recognizing wetlands’ larger benefits, addressing the threats and evaluating best practices including governance for urban wetlands.
For more info on the Symposium, kindly browse through the website here: