Do you know that the effects of the plastic pellet disaster of 2012 are still being felt by Hong Kong’s coastal ecology? Are you aware that the improper consumption of seafood places all manner of marine life in jeopardy? Are you familiar with the vast diversity of coastal organisms that can be found Hong Kong? And are you seeking an in-depth understanding of WWF’s Coastal Watch project?
The answer to all these questions and more is now within your grasp! The Coastal Watch team will be holding three Ocean Seminars which will help people learn about coastal ecology and conservation and understand the importance of our coastlines and the need to protect them.
The first seminar will be held on 5th October 2014. Its contents will include a review of the plastic pellet disaster of 2012, the fascinating coastal lives which inhabit our natural coasts and how modern “seafood culture” affects our oceans. Marine lovers like you won’t want to miss out on this rich variety of topics, so sign up for the seminar today!
Date: 5th October, 2014
Venue: Hall, Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, Wanchai
Time: 2:00 to 5:00 pm
2:00 pm Dr. Allen To – “Relevance and Significance of Sustainable Seafood” (delivered in Cantonese)
3:00 pm Dickson Wong – “Treasure Hunt at the Natural Coasts” (delivered in Cantonese)
4:00 pm Tracey Read – “Plastic Pellet Disaster 2012 – The Bigger Picture” (delivered in English)
Fill out the application form here and see you on 5 October!
Inquiry hotline: 2526 9698