Young NUS lecturers and students take to the International Coastal Cleanup Singapore

There is a bumper crop of groups from NUS taking to the shores as part of the International Coastal Cleanup Singapore.

Raffles Museum Toddycats, although my outfit, is being led by a recent honours graduate,

  • Raffles Museum Toddycats (20 pax) at Berlayar Creek, 29 Sep 2012 (new site), led by Fung Tze Kwan
  • NUS staff & students led by Environmental Science and Engineering Students’ Club (60 pax) at Lim Chu Kang East mangrove, 08 Sep 2012 led by the student committee
  • ULS2204 Biodiversity and Conservation Biology (30 pax) at Ketam Beach, 15 Sep 2012 led by David Bickford
  • Geography Society (30 pax) at Chek Jawa, 08 Sep 2012 (new group), led by Dan Friess
  • GEK1515 Environmental Biology (?200pax) at Ketam and Noordin beaches, 08 & 15 Sep 2012 (new group) led by Joelle Lai

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