Date, time & venue
2018-05-28;9am - 6pm;P4 Chong Yuet Ming Building, The University of Hong Kong
Eco-shorelines are manmade habitats, incorporated with
ecological concepts, possess diverse eco-friendly microhabitats that can be
readily occupied and used by marine organisms as refuges and feeding
grounds.Such eco-shorelines serve dual roles as coastal defence and functional
ecosystem for boosting marine diversity and ecosystem service.
There are four major objectives of this 2nd Eco-shoreline
To provide a platform for knowledge transfer and
idea exchange in eco-shoreline designs, and technologies for ecological
engineering on seawalls;
To foster local and international collaborations
in research and development in eco-shoreline designs among scientists,
engineers, landscape architects, environmental consultants and governmental
To formulate guidance and assessment criteria
for evaluation of the success and effectiveness of eco-shoreline designs; and
To solicit experts' advices on eco-shoreline
designs for Hong Kong and Mainland China.
Workshop website: http://www.biosch.hku.hk/ecoshore/
Early-bird registration: [Deadline: 1 May 2018] Full: HK$2,500.
Students and members from NGOs: HK$1000
Standard registration: Full: HK$3,000
Students and members from NGOs: HK$1,500
Registration fee covers the admission to all keynotes and invited
talks, four coffee / tea sessions and two lunches
For those who wish to join the workshop, please browse the website for
CPD certificate will be issued after attending the workshop.
For enquiries, please contact Professor Kenny Leung at Email: email@example.com or contact Ir CS Lam at