Haze: Know it. Stop it. Exhibition: 7-9 November

The Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA) is holding an exhibition on the haze from Friday, 7 November. Titled Haze: Know it. Stop it., the event runs for three days, see below for more information.

This will three days interactive exhibition from 7 to 9 November, 2014, 10am to 10pm, at VivoCity’s South Avenue (in front of Timberland and next to the information counter at level 1)

This exhibition will be the first of its kind since Singapore experienced its worst haze episode in history last June. You will get to learn more about the causes of the haze, the plight of Indonesians who are living at “ground zero”, the haze fighting measures that are now in place, as well as what we in Singapore can do to stamp out the long-standing environmental and public health crisis.

You will also get to interact with representatives from the key NGOs and agribusiness companies, and find out more about the situation in Indonesia from them.

We look forward to have you, your family, friends and colleagues at the exhibition.

Volunteer guides are available to bring you through the exhibition. Should you be able to consolidate yourself as a group of 5, we’ll pre-allocate you one (pending availability)!

For more details, please contact Wilson Ang at wilson.ang@siiaonline.org.

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