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Biodiversity Collage & Fireside Chat with Rachael Goh @ Vidacity

šŸŒæ Join our collaborative biodiversity workshop and learn about the beauty and importance of biodiversity, Singapore's nature ecosystems, the underlying interactions and crack the code to a thriving future! Join us in a fireside chat with Rachael Goh - local youth enthusiast in biodiversity, education and advocacy for conservation!

šŸ“… Thursday, June 27 | 6:30 - 9:30pm GMT+8

šŸ“3A Pasir Ris Drive 6 Singapore, Singapore 519422 | Vidacity Level 3

Key highlights:Ā 

    * More information can be found below*

    1. Biodiversity Collage Workshop

    2. Fireside Chat with Rachael

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    We welcome all youths; from Secondary school to University students. We hope that this session can help empower our youths to get involved and deepen their knowledge!

    For questions:

    Email natasha@thetransmutationprinciple.com

    • Biodiversity Collage Workshop

      Learn about the interconnectedness of all life on Earth. Thanks to a science-based set of cards (based on the IPBES reports), discover the fundamental interactions within biodiversity as well as the causes and consequences of its decline. Biodiversity is related to all aspects of our life, especially health and wellness. Learn about how our societies and even health systems depend very much on nature.

      Key takeaways:

      • Learn about biodiversity by exploring a few key ecosystems
      • Play together with the cards and figure out the links between them
      • Get creative & Decorate to make the collage your own!
      • Debrief and brainstorm on take-home actions from the workshop
    • Fireside Chat with Rachael

      Hear from an inspiring biodiverstiy enthusiast and advocate. With her knowledge as well as passion, Rachael Goh will be sharing about why biodiversity matters for nature, ecosystems and us - with a focus on our health and wellness. As well as the many volunteering opportunities for biodiversity in Singapore.


      Rachael is a biodiversity enthusiast who is active in the youth nature scene. She is interested in land-use planning in Singapore and volunteers actively with LepakInSG. As a guide with Friends of Chestnut Nature Park and NTU Earthlink, she strives to spread her love for nature with others. She was also previously involved in other groups like the Biodiversity Friends Forum, which aims to develop an appreciation for local flora and fauna in youths.

    • Refund Policy

      A minimum number of participants is required for the programme to begin. A full refund will be refunded in the form of credits should the minimum number is not met. There will be no refund for cancellation two weeks prior to the date of the programme.

    • PDPA Notice

      Please note that photos and videos may be taken during activities for the purpose of use on social media,Ā  in e-newsletters and on our website. All media will not be used for commercial purposes, or in any manner that would exploit or cause malicious representation.

    • Indemnity Notice

      As a participant, you acknowledge and waive all liabilities and claims that may arise from risks of injury, risks as a result of an encounter with the animals & plants, heat related injuries and illness including but not limited to heat exhaustion, sunburn and dehydration.