In these gloomy days when concern about climate change and biodiversity loss fill us with anxiety and despair, Dr Jane Goodall has been a beacon of hope. She reminds us not to give up and that we all have a responsibility to act now, and together, so we can make change happen.
For the last 20 years, Jane has circled the globe tirelessly delivering her message to inspire environmental changemakers all over the world through her Roots & Shoots youth-led action programme. This November, she is visiting Penang for the first time to bring her message to you.
The Habitat Foundation, in partnership with Roots & Shoots Malaysia, and with the support of Universiti Sains Malaysia and the Malaysian Primatalogical Society, is honoured to invite you to a special public talk at Dewan Tuanku Syed Putra, Universiti Sains Malaysia.
Admission is free but it is important to register your interest to attend early as places are limited and will fill fast. Quotas will be assigned to ensure that there is an opportunity for students from the majority of the schools in Penang to attend. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We would also like to encourage students from the northern states of the Peninsular and mainland Penang to attend. Please email us to discuss.
Do follow our event page of Facebook to see more information about events in the weeks ahead of the talk as well as logistics arrangements for the day.
You can register online for the public talk by clicking on the link below: http://tiny.cc/wziaez