Public Talk with Panut Hadisiswoyo of Orangutan Information Centre

The Principal Conservationist & Founding Director of Orangutan Information Centre (OIC) Panut Hadisiswoyo will be in Singapore next week.

Hosted by ECO Singapore, the event will take place at the National Geographic Store (Singapore), where Panut will share his experience at the Human Orangutan Conflict Resolution Unit (HOCRU) in Sumatra, Indonesia.

This sharing session covers areas of the work at the OIC, HOCRU, as well as animal protection, environmental education and awareness, sustainable eco-tourism projects and community development initiatives. More details on the topic can be found here, or visit their Facebook event page.

Date: 17th November (Thursday)

Time: 7.00pm to 9.00pm

Venue: National Geographic Store (Singapore), 1 HarbourFront Walk, #01-19 VivoCity, Singapore, Singapore 098585

Nearest MRT Station: Harbour Front

To register, click here.

[Panut is also speaking on Wednesday 16 Nov 2011 at 5.30pm @ NUS LT20, hosted by N.Sivasothi. More information here: http://goo.gl/fb/HDV6x ]

Image taken from Jason Pier in DC

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