9th Collaborative Australia-Indonesia Program on Sustainable Development and Climate Change (CAIPSDCC) Webinar
”Impacts on Ecosystem and other Biophysical Processes in Small Islands from the Pandemics and the Climate Crisis"
What is the condition of our marine & coastal ecosystem during the climate crisis & the pandemic? Why is it important for the community to protect biodiversity & the ecosystem? What is the role of biodiversity in supporting the livelihood of the community? What needs to be done to ensure a resilient small island ecosystem & community in the face of the climate crisis & the pandemic? Let’s discuss these questions with the experts.
Andreas A. Hutahaean Ph.D., Deputy Director for Marine Conservation and Small Islands Utilization at the Coordinating Ministry for Maritime and Investment Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia
Dr. Augy Syahailatua, Director of Research Center for Oceanography - LIPI (Indonesian Institute of Sciences)
Dr. Guillermo Diaz-Pulido, Associate Professor, School of Environment and Science, Griffith University.
Opening speech: Amanda Katili Niode Ph.D., Manager, Climate Reality Indonesia, and Advisor CAIPSDCC.
Session chair: Dr. Intan Suci Nurhati, Researcher, Research Center for Oceanography – LIPI (Indonesian Institute of Sciences).
This weekly webinar series is organized by the CAIPSDCC, a collaboration between Universitas Indonesia and Griffith University. This webinar is a partnership with Universitas Hasanuddin. It will be conducted in English.
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Thursday, 16 July 2020 at
10:00 AM (Hanoi, Jakarta, UTC+7)
11:00 AM (Kuala Lumpur, Manila, UTC+8)
01:00 PM (Brisbane, UTC+10/AEST)
Please register here:
Institute for Sustainable Earth Resources
Phone: +62 8988945409