Planulae complete Budding Bootcamp in Pulau Langkawi from the 11th to 13th December 2021

Upon completion of the online lectures and lifting of the Movement Control Order (MCO), the in-person budding phase was successfully conducted on Langkawi Island.

A day in the life of a dolphin scientist at Kilim Geopark

On the first day, the planulae were exposed to nature and species conservation through activities surrounding dolphin and turtle conservation, environmental law, landfill visit, beach cleanup and subsequent trash audit.

Carrying out Brand Audit with Trash Hero Langkawi

On the second day, governance and managing stakeholder sessions were carried out through visits to the Langkawi Development Authority (LADA) and Department of Fisheries (DOF). The day was capped with a Pulau Nagamas simulation exercise which introduces stakeholder consultations.

Visit to Langkawi Development Authority

On the third and final day, the planulae explored sustainable tourism through interaction with the greenest resort in Southeast Asia. We were briefed by no other than the Managing Director himself.

Session with Adj. Prof Anthony Wong of Frangipani Resort

It was evident that the three days were fruitful and has built a greater understanding of the marine environment among the planulae.

Group picture at the Kasbah

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