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2nd Eco-shoreline Workshop
 


Date, time & venue

2018-05-28;9am - 6pm;P4 Chong Yuet Ming Building, The University of Hong Kong

EVD is a co-organizer

Programme Highlights

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 Workshop:

·         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 officers;

·         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/

 

Registration & Enquiries

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 registration:

http://www.biosch.hku.hk/ecoshore/

CPD certificate will be issued after attending the workshop.

For enquiries, please contact Professor Kenny Leung at Email: kmyleung@hku.hk or contact Ir CS Lam at 91527659.






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