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Environment and Conservation Fund Briefing Session - Environmental Education Projects on Biodiversity

In 2016/17, the ECF has earmarked $5 million to support local non-profit making organisations to organise environmental education general projects related to the theme of biodiversity so as to raise public awareness on this aspect. To let interested organisations have better understanding of funding details, the Environmental Education and Community Action (EE&CA) Projects Vetting Sub-committee organised a briefing session for environmental education projects on biodiversity on 25 August 2016 at Central Government Offices in Tamar. Representatives from the EE&CA Projects Vetting Sub-committee introduced the application procedures and points to note in submission of applications for the projects, while representative from Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department shared with the audience what biodiversity was.

The presentation materials of the briefing session are available here.

Activity Highlights:

Briefing Session for Environmental Education
Briefing Session for Environmental Education Projects on Biodiversity
Dr. Ellen CHAN, representative from EE&CA Projects Vetting Sub-committee,
Dr. Ellen CHAN, representative from EE&CA Projects Vetting Sub-committee, introduced EE&CA projects.
Dr. Jackie YIP, representative from Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, shared with the audience what biodiversity was.
Dr. Jackie YIP, representative from Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, shared with the audience what biodiversity was.
Mr. Derek Lee, representative from EE&CA Projects Vetting Sub-committee, highlighted points to note in submission of applications.
Mr. Derek Lee, representative from EE&CA Projects Vetting Sub-committee, highlighted points to note in submission of applications.
Company representatives raised questions during the Briefing Session.
Company representatives raised questions during the Briefing Session.
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