2nd Sabah's Ramsar Conference 2016 - Wetlands for our Future: Sustainable Livelihood

notes2nd Sabah's Ramsar Conference 2016 - Wetlands for our Future: Sustainable Livelihood

Venue: Magellan Sutera Harbour Resort, Kota Kinabalu
Date: 10 November 2016

Keynote Session
1.

Dr. Ong Jin Eong, International Society for Mangrove Ecosystem
A Mangrove-Centric View Of Wetlands For Future Sustainable Use In Malaysia



Oral Paper

1. Tuan Haji Hussin Tukiman, Sabah Forestry Department.
Updates of Lower Kinabatangan-Segama Wetlands (LKSW) RAMSAR Project in Sabah.
2. Mrs. Suzana Sabran et al., Sabah Forestry Department.
Plants Used by the Tidung Community in Kg. Dagat, Kinabatangan, Sabah
3. Dr. Joseph Tangah et al., Sabah Forestry Department.
SFD & ISME Collaboration on Mangrove Rehabilitation in Sustainable Forest Management
4. Dr. Wong Siew Te, Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Center
Status of Sun Bear in Lower Kinabatangan-Segama Wetlands (LKSW) & Adjacent Areas in Sabah
5. Assoc. Prof. Ikki Matsuda, Kyoto University Japan
Conservation of Proboscis Monkeys in the Lower Kinabatangan, Sabah, Malaysia
6. Mr. Cede Prudente, Member of the International Environment Photographers Association (EIPA)
Importance of Bird Fauna for Sustainable Livelihood for the Kinabatangan Wetlands
7. Tuan Haji Abu Samah Sapni, Sabah Forestry Department
CEPA Programme in Lower Kinabatangan-Segama Wetlands (LKSW)
8. Ms. Arni Natalia Arpa et al., Sabah Forestry Department
Environmental Education Programme for Ramsar by Rainforest Discovery Center, Sabah Foresty Department
9. Mr. Neville Yapp, Forever Sabah
Supporting Governance & Management of Natural Resources inLower Kinabatangan-Segama Wetlands (LKSW). Updates on Work Undertaken
10. Mr. Jalani Samsurin, Local Community Representative, Kg. Sri Ganda
Mangrove Restoration Activities in Trusan Kinabatangan Forest Reserve, Lower Kinabatangan-Segama Wetlands (LKSW)
11. Ms. Rajimah Kasran, Local Community Representative, Kg. Dagat
Dagat Community- Based Ecologically Sustainable Tourism (DA'BEST), Lower Kinabatangan-Segama Wetlands (LKSW)