JGIS Lecture Series #7: Celebrating Primates in Southeast Asia

In the 7th installment of the JGIS Lecture Series, titled “Celebrating Primates in Southeast Asia”, we invite two distinguished speakers. Firstly, we have Dr. Camille Coudrat, founder and director of Project Anoulak. Project Anoulak (meaning ‘conservation’ in Lao language) is a program dedicated to the conservation and study of wildlife in their natural habitats in Laos, specifically within the Nakai-Nam Theun National Protected Area (NNT NPA). Apart from conservation, they actively involve the Laos local community in their environmental efforts, through activities such as community anti-poaching patrols, outreach, and capacity building. Dr. Coudrat will be here to speak about Project Anoulak, as well as the role she plays in this effort.

We also have Dr. Andie Ang, Chairperson of Raffles’ Banded Langur Working Group and President of Jane Goodall Institute (Singapore), who will speak about our local biodiversity. Her research work and expertise spans across a few primates, but she will speak about the Raffles’ Banded Langurs, as well as other wildlife in Singapore.

Join us to learn more about our speakers’ experiences and their work in conservation! The details for the event are as follows:

Date: 23 June 2019
Time: 1 PM – 3.30 PM
Venue: Singapore Botanic Gardens, Function Hall, Level 1 Botany Centre (Tanglin Gate entrance)

Entry is free of charge and seats are limited, so register fast! We hope to see you there!
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