Roundtable on Mangroves Conservation and Restoration

Kuala Lumpur     
3 April 2019

MIMA received a Chinese delegation from the Key Laboratory of the Ministry of Education for Coastal Wetland Ecosystems, College of Environmental and Ecology of Xiamen University, Fujian led by its Dean Professor Qingshun Quinn Li and including Dr Chen Mingru from the Xiamen Malaysia Campus. Dr Rizal Abdul Kadir, MIMA Deputy Director chaired the event.

During the meeting

The Roundtable session focussed on mangroves research experience from China including an introduction to mangroves studies at Xiamen University, the socio-ecological aspects, new research and findings, management approaches and strategies, and potential collaboration opportunities. MIMA researchers and interns attended.

Group picture

Discussions also covered the status of mangroves research, protection and management in the two countries and possible exchanges between researchers on area of mutual interest.

During the presentations

Meeting participants

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