Recyclers and Environmentalist...this is just in.
There will be an Environmental Campaign Day at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, early next year 9 January 2010. 8:00am-5:00pm. Among the highlights for this one day event are presentation by invited speakers, Earth awareness movie screening, and a forum on Vegetarian vs Halal Food, by panelist of muslim and buddhist perspective.
There will also be exhibition booths and bazaar focusing to the environment. Fun activities like canvas bag painting workshop and eco-themed competitions will take place.
Among the participants for this event are the Government Organization like Jabatan Alam Sekitar, and Ministry of Environment and Resources as well as NGOs such as Malaysian Nature Society, World wildlife fund for Nature, Wildasia, Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Save Our Seahorses, Turtle Conservation Centre etc. ; Companies of evironmental friendly products-such as Ecopak, Melsom, and also traveling agents that offers Ecotourism packages. Small SOHO enterprises that cater eco-friendly products are said to take part in this event that are being partly sponsored by CIMB bank, Digi Communications, and
The Body Shop.
Everyone's invited. School children, teachers, lecturers, undergraduate students, politicians, housewives and everyone that want to make a difference to the environment are all welcomed!
Here are the details to the event:
9TH JANUARY 2010
8.00-9.00am Offication Ceremony Workshops, Exhibition, Booths and Bazaars
10.00-10.15am Environmental Shorties
10.15-11.30am Presentation : Invited Speaker
11.30- 12.00pm Undergraduate Presentations
12.00 – 1.30pm
Forum: Between Vegetarian Food and Halal Food Competitions
1.30 -2.00 pm Environmental Shorties
2.00-3.30pm Screening :An Inconvenient truth
3.30-5.00pm Environmental Shorties
For more inquiries pls contact this Raoul from this blog
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