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The Nature Conservancy launched the new Conservation Investment Accelerator grant award program this month through NatureVest, the Conservancy’s conservation investing unit. The Accelerator will identify innovative conservation investment ideas with the potential to drive replicable conservation impact and generate sustained financial returns. The Accelerator is offering $50k to $250k grant awards to support proof-of-concept work, build teams/capabilities, and other uses in an effort to help build the market for conservation investments and drive impact at scale.
All parties are encouraged to apply if eligible for the Incubation or the Implementation tracks of the award, and ask that you please pass along this news to other organizations that might be interested in applying. Applications will be accepted through March 31st. Questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.Guide to MESYM documentary screenings @ Plaza Sentral
Hi all! We’ve moved to a new venue for the MESYM Documentary Nights. The address is: MSC Malaysia Incubation Centre, Block 1B, Level 3, Plaza Sentral (instead of Loyar Burok). View map in Google Maps.
Here’s a pictoral guide to bring you from KL Sentral to the event:
From within KL Sentral, this is what you see if you face Nu Sentral.
Go towards the right of Nu Sentral, towards the “This way to KLIA Express”sign.
Get out of the building, follow the sign that has Plaza Sentral on it.
You’ll cross the pedestrian walkway.
Once you get into Plaza Sentral, follow the sign that says Block 1A-1B.
At Block 1B, take the lift up to the 3rd floor. When you get out of the lift, you’ll see a blue door with a sign on its side, saying “Incubation Centre”.
This is the sign. Just follow it.
And here’s the door to our event!
We look forward to seeing you at our screenings!Climate change is happening when you are reading this post. JOIN US NOW
We are happy to announce the application for Malaysian Youth Delegation (MYD) 2017 to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 23rd Conference of the Parties (COP23) @ Bonn, Germany IS NOW OPEN!
The Paris Agreement was adopted on 12th December 2015 and entered into force on 4 November 2016. The whole process took less than one year. This shows that the world as a whole agreed on a path forward, a path to keep warming well below 2 degrees Celsius, and for the first time to pursue efforts to limit temperature increases to 1.5 degrees C.
Thus, YOUth involvement is vital to reshape this process in a way that meets the needs of our communities, and our planet when our future is being negotiated!
As the governments discusses on crucial elements of the agreement and relevant actions to limit the global temperature, we need YOU to continue our efforts in holding our leaders accountable and most importantly, make youth voices be heard when our future is being negotiated.
For those who missed the best part, here’s a basic explanation of what we do and why YOU are important to be part of this movement, in 5 minutes or less.
We look forward to your application!Marine science research and technology conference
“Marine science research and technology conference” (Marine science – 2017) hosted and organized by Clyto Access Inc in Malaysia from 22 to 24 May 2017 providing an international forum for the exchange of information in a wide arena of branches like Marine biology, interactions between organisms and functioning of marine biosphere, aquatic ecosystems, microscopic phytoplankton, oceanography, ecology, botany, etc.
Marine Science – 2017 include:
Open panel discussions: Providing an open forum with experts from academia and business to discuss on current challenges in marine science research and technology, where all attendees can interact with the panel followed by a Q&A session.
Speaker and poster presentations: Providing a platform to all academicians and industry professionals to share their research thoughts and findings through a speech or a poster presentation.
Editorial board meeting: Discussing on growth and development of Clyto Access’ Journal of marine science research and technology and recruiting board members and reviewers who can support the journal.
Round table meetings: Providing a platform where industry professionals meet academic experts.
Event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1721873581411274/ICAS Book Prize – Please Vote
Solar Powered Light workshop teaches you the basic concepts of Energy,Power, Energy transfer, Voltage and Current. You will discover the main elements of a solar powered light and its function. Participants will be using electronic tools to complete a system such as wire stripper, crimper, multimeter, and soldering tools.
We want everyone to start being concerned about how we consume energy, and what we can do on our part to make that consumption sustainable and efficient. They will learn the basics of how the solar charging system works. Participants will learn to complete a wiring circuit and they will learn to care for their system (i.e charging the battery)
This workshop will be held in conjunction with Earth Hour in Publika. We will be located at the circle, on the upper floor(Blue Bridge)
Time : 18:00-20:00 (2 Hours)
Date : 25th March ’17
Max Participants : 15 per session (15 total)
RM140 (participant does not get to bring back their solar light)
RM170 (participant gets to bring back their solar light)
Location: (Publika) Jalan Dutamas 1
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Bank Number : 564294305907
Branch : Malayan Bank Berhad
Bank Account Name : Biji-biji Design Sdn Bhd
Please e-mail us a copy of your bank-in slip / receipt to confirm your spot to email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE WE WILL NOT CONFIRM YOU UNLESS WE HAVE RECIEVED YOUR RECIEPT
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Navin Binwani is a self taught electronics ‘maker’ who first became interested with electronics through electronic music instruments and how they functioned. Through the Biji-biji Initiative, he picked up a few tricks to help him further on his way to hopefully develop his own music instrument one day. He comes from an Advertising and Marketing background.
Rohan Ahmad is a creative technologist with a passion for travel and sustainable development. He recently made his exit from the corporate world to become a digital nomad and devote his time to humanitarian causes. His areas of expertise include open source software and hardware integration, creative problem solving and ‘MacGyvering’ things to make them work. He has worked and studied in Australia, Malaysia, South Korea and Thailand
WHO TO CONTACT
For enquiries, drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/262152224228055/Post