Wiping out the Trade in Wildlife

This is the 16th in a series of monthly workshops by The Leafmonkey Workshop for existing nature guides and those interested in becoming nature guides.

Date: 9 April 2010, Friday
Time: 7.00pm - 9.30pm
Venue: Civil Service College [Map]
31 North Buona Vista Road Singapore 275983

What is this workshop about?
The workshop will cover the wildlife trade situation in Singapore and perhaps Southeast Asia and the laws that are in place and what steps can be taken to curb the trade further!

Louis Ng
Louis Ng is Founder and Executive Director of the Animals Concerns, Research and Education Society or ACRES in Singapore. He has a degree in biology and a Masters of Science in Primate Conservation. Since its formation in 2001, ACRES has launched numerous campaigns to make Singapore an animal-friendly city. Its mission is to create a caring and socially responsible society where animals are treated as sentient beings and where the environment is preserved for future generations. Its campaigns have led to the improvement of local wildlife laws. ACRES undercover investigations have also led to a clamp down on the illegal trade in wildlife and its work has led to the rescue of more than 160 animals from the illegal wildlife trade.


Registration is strongly advised as it allows us to better customize the workshop to suit YOUR needs! If you have difficulty submitting your registration on this website, please email us at

Please register by 7 April 2010.

Participation is by donation and participants are free to pay whatever they are comfortable with.. What does this mean?

7.00pm - Registration, Networking, Bring your own Dinner!
7.30pm - 30 minutes of background content
8.00pm - Workshop discussion and group presentations.
9.30pm - End of workshop


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