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ESD Activities for Rehabilitating Mangrove Forests in Cooperation with Local Communities at Merbok Mangrove Reserve, Kedah

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ESD Activities for Rehabilitating Mangrove Forests in Cooperation with Local Communities at Merbok Mangrove Reserve, Kedah
Dr. Japareng Lalung (RCE Penang)
14th Asia-Pacific Regional RCE Meeting
Session 2, 19 July, 2022

ESD Activities for Rehabilitating Mangrove Forests in Cooperation with Local Communities at Merbok Mangrove Reserve, Kedah
Dr. Japareng Lalung (RCE Penang)
14th Asia-Pacific Regional RCE Meeting
Session 2, 19 July, 2022

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ESD Activities for Rehabilitating Mangrove Forests in Cooperation with Local Communities at Merbok Mangrove Reserve, Kedah

  1. 1. ESD ACTIVITIES FOR REHABILITATING MANGROVE FORESTS IN COOPERATION WITH LOCAL COMMUNITIES AT MERBOK MANGROVE RESERVE, KEDAH
  2. 2. Environment Benefits Mangrove provides foods, nesting and nursery areas for many animals which includes: 220 fish species, 24 reptile and amphibian species, 18 mammal species, 181 bird species Acting as wave breaks that stop coastal erosion and protect the shoreline from tsunamis and hurricanes. Removes mangroves and many of these species might driven to extinction, invariable affecting us as source of food and water. MANGROVE: Are various kind of trees up to medium height and shrubs that grow in saline coastal sediment habitats
  3. 3. Social Benefits Extremely important for supporting the fisheries industry which generates high amount of revenue Rich source of timber which can be harvested on sustainable basis and harvesting of mangrove plants for a wide range of medicinal uses Mangrove retain, concentrate, and recycle nutrients
  4. 4. In conjunction with RCE's role in extending sustainability projects with communities: We develop the ESD for a sustainable rehabilitation program of mangrove forests at Merbok Mangrove Forest Reserve, Kedah -The forest is made up of 18 compartment with total area of 4,176 ha,-Kedah Forestry Department Aims to develop mangrove restoration sites & establish a centre for education and research
  5. 5. Mangrove Replanting Activities 4600 seedlings Planted from September 2018-March 2022 INTER-RCE Program Local communities Schools/ Government & NGO
  6. 6. Promoting Local Wisdom of Mangrove This program provides communities with collaboration opportunities by sharing and exchanging ideas on education on the mangrove ecosystem. Mangrove reforestation activities as an educational tool for the local school children, universities and the public to learn about mangrove ecosystem and conservation.
  7. 7. USM has started to embrace education for sustainable development (ESD) and “University as a Living Lab” approach since 2000 through the concept of Kampus Sejahtera (Healthy Campus) and University in a Garden and continuing its sustainability journey by embedding 17 Sustainable Development Goals USM AT #4 IN THE-GIR 2022 USM AT #4 IN THE-GIR 2022 WORLD SUSTAINABILITY WORLD SUSTAINABILITY RANKINGS RANKINGS Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) has inched even closer towards becoming a top sustainability-led university after being placed at #4 in the recent Times Higher Education (THE-GIR) 2022 global sustainability rankings.
  8. 8. Transforming Higher Education for a Sustainable Tomorrow USM is a pioneering, transdisciplinary research intensive university that empowers future talents and enables the bottom billions to transform their socio-economic well-being. Vision & Mission Vision & Mission
  9. 9. USM as an acknowledged Regional Centre of Excellence on Education for Sustainable Development by the United Nations University in Nagoya University, Japan, on 29th June 2005 USM is the only Accelerated Programme for Excellence (APEX) university in the country, a status accorded by the Ministry of Higher Education in 2008.
  10. 10. Regional Sejahtera ESD Network (RSEN) Sejahtera Club RCE Sejahtera Youth Transforming and Empowering Communities for a Sustainable Future through Education and Learning
  11. 11. International Best Practices Sharing Session 3.0 Eco-Schools Program (IBPSS 3.0) Bengkel Projek Penilaian Pekhidmatan Ekosistem di Rangkaian Korirdor Ekologi Central Forest Spine (CFS) Menggunakan Toolkit TESSA International STEM Green Innovative Competition 2022 Green Carnival Eco-Schools Workshop Empowering Pre-school Teachers Knowledge Attitude and Practices of Systems Thinking Mangrove Replanting Activities: S.O.M.E Sustainability of Mangrove Ecosystem Transformative Education: RCE Penang Program & Initiatives on ESD-2022
  12. 12. Transformative Education: RCE Penang Program & Initiatives on ESD-2022 Online Webinar & Video Competition: Empowering Students’ Leadership in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS) Via Intergenerational Learning and Knowledge Transfer Exchange Program RCE Penang & RCE Greater Kuala Lumpur Youths Empowering Pre-school Teachers Knowledge Attitude and Practices of Systems Thinking: Knowledge Transfer through Classroom Practice (Module development) Empowering Students' Knowledge of Palm Oil Sustainability via Intergenerational Online Program and Tik Tok Video Competition
  13. 13. RCE Penang Program & Initiatives on ESD 2021 RCE Penang Program & Initiatives on ESD 2021 PPST 2021: Webinar & Video Competition on Empowering Students’ Leadership in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) via Intergenerational Knowledge Transfer International Best Practices Sharing Session 2.0 Eco-Schools Program (IBPSS 2.0) The ASEAN Future Sustainable Leaders (A-FSL) 2021 Pitching Session
  14. 14. RCE Penang Program & Initiatives on ESD 2021 RCE Penang Program & Initiatives on ESD 2021 INTERNATIONAL SDG CHALLENGE SCHOOL PROGRAM (Quality Education) DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A Perspective from Students through Sustainability Competition1 RCE Penang Virtual Fun Run
  15. 15. Empowering Students’ Leadership in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) via Innovation and Inventions (Video Competition) Inter RCE-Change the World Through Education RCE Penang-RCE Tongyeong INTERNATIONAL WEBINAR SERIES 1- CHALLENGES ON SDG 4 (Quality Education) DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A Perspective from Asian Countries RCE Penang Program & Initiatives on ESD-2020
  16. 16. RCE Penang Program & Initiatives on ESD-2019
  17. 17. RCE Penang Program & Initiatives on ESD-2018
  18. 18. Special Thanks Sustainability and Institutional Development, USM Centre for Global Sustainability Studies (CGSS),USM RCE Penang, CGSS School of Educational Studies,USM Associate Fellow RCE Penang,CGSS Research Officers RCE Penang, CGSS Regional Sejahtera ESD Network Sejahtera Club RCE Sejahtera Youth Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia Forestry Department of Peninsular Malaysia Japan Malaysia Association Pertubuhan Kelab Pendidikan & Kebajikan Puncak Lembah Bujang Merbok
  19. 19. THANK YOU Prepared by: Wan Sharipahmira Mohd Zain RCE PENANG, CGSS

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