As part of our collaborative research programme at the Stability of Altered Forest Ecosystems (SAFE) project in Sabah the LOMBOK team are also organising networking and training events to help bring together researchers interested in the environmental sustainability of oil palm. We are also consulting directly with stakeholders in the oil palm industry to help us better link environmental science to practitioner needs.
Newton-Ungku Omar Fund Early Career Researcher meeting, Kota Kinabalu, November 2016
Developing a research agenda to enhance the environmental sustainability of oil palm
A 3 day networking event organised by Matt Struebig, Eleanor Slade, Jen Lucey, Agnes Agama, Zoe Davies, Charles Vairappan & Glen Reynolds.
2nd-4th November 2016, Kota Kinabalu.
Registration for the event is now open. Sign up here!
Application deadline 10th September 2016
International Conference on Heart of Borneo (HoB)
Enabling and Empowering Conservation Through Science-Policy Interface, Conservation Finance and Community Engagement
8-9th November 2016, Kota Kinabalu
A SEARRP symposium led by Agnes Agama, Katie King, Eleanor Slade & Glen Reynolds
The Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation Asia-Pacific chapter, Singapore, July 2016
A symposium led by Matt Struebig and Eleanor Slade
29th June-2nd July 2016
Tropical Ecology meeting in Goettingen, February 2016
A symposium led by Becky Morris and Yit Arn Teh
23rd-26th February 2016
Check the news feeds on the LOMBOK pages for announcements.