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Marine Conservation Seminar March 29th

Category: , Posted:21 Mar 2012 | 14:04 pm

Next Thursday March 29 environmental advocacy group SEEK will be holding a seminar titled on Mapping the Future for Phuket with "Phuket Marine Indicator Compass Workshop."
Royal Phuket Marina will be the venue and the event will run from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm.
According to the organizers the focus will be a half-day workshop is specifically designed to target and engage a working group to discuss challenges facing the marine community. The role of the business, private sector and government agencies in the marine sustainability strategy planning process for sustainable development.
Attendance is free. For more information email – [email protected]

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