UONS Research Webinar Ecological Restoration of Impacted Ecosystem Dr Charles Lee & Prof Tim Roberts
The University of Newcastle, Australia and Singapore are privileged to organise this webinar together with the Universitas Lambung Mangkurat (ULM), Indonesia. This is a timely topic as it ties in with the recent UNEP announcement on “The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration: 2021 – 2030”.
In partnership with our collaborators in academia, NGOs, industry and civil societies, we are excited to share our field results of 5 ecological restoration projects. The projects are from Indonesia, Australia and Singapore.
In this video, Dr Charles Lee and Professor Tim Roberts introduced the objectives of this special webinar to do a small part in ASEAN and Australia, to prevent, to halt and reserve the degradation of ecosystems worldwide. Hoping to inspire more young people to take up challenges to meet six of the seventeen UN Sustainability Development Goals (SDG).
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