Past Events

[Online Sharing] Live GREEN Presents: Wetland Conservation in Hong Kong 香港濕地生態保育


Date: 2 February 2021 (Tue)

Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Venue: Online via Zoom 

Language: Cantonese

Presented by: Mr. Pang S. P. Lau (Jin Pan), Assistant Conservation Manager, The Conservancy Association

Online enrollment: Closed


This event is open for PolyU staff and students only. 


Be Rewarded with GreenCoin

We appreciate you going green with us! By attending and completing the online post-event feedback form after this sharing session, participants may be able to earn a total of 5 virtual credits (the “Coins”) to use with the PolyU GreenCoin app. Read here for the details.


Bird at the wetland

About the sharing

Wetlands can be classified as saline, fresh, brackish, natural, artificial, etc. Apart from high biodiversity, wetlands also support human culture, livelihood, and industry in different aspects. In this sharing, the speaker will lead the audience to explore the beauty of wetlands in Hong Kong, and to learn different wetland-dependent species with conservation concerns. We can then understand the human activities that threaten the delicate wetland habitat.



About the speaker

Pang S. P. Lau (Jin Pan) 劉善鵬

Mr Lau Sin-pang (Pang), the Assistant Conservation Manager of The Conservancy Association, is enthusiastic about promoting the “Nature Conservation Management For Long Valley” project and enhancing the ecological value of Long Valley. With an in-depth knowledge about amphibians and reptiles, together with numerous night safari experiences, Pang is in-charge-of night hiking and education events, encouraging the public and students to further explore wetland ecology and environment biodiversity.