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St Helena : ST HELENA SCIENCE’
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 13.08.2013 (Article Archived on 10.09.2013)

‘St Helena Science’ - St Helena’s first ever Environmental Research Conference - will be held in the new Information & Business Centre, upstairs at the Canister on Wednesday 14 August from 9:30am to 1:00pm





‘ST
HELENA SCIENCE’



 



 ‘St Helena Science’ - St
Helena’s first ever Environmental Research Conference - will be held in the new
Information & Business Centre, upstairs at the Canister on Wednesday 14
August from 9:30am to 1:00pm



 



The conference aims to raise the
profile of St Helena’s environment, improve understanding and to present the
findings of recent environmental research



 



Tara Pelembe, Environmental
Management Director, explained:



 



“The idea is to promote
science on Island, with a particular focus on the environment – St Helena graduates
who have researched on Island will be encouraged to present their findings,
along with other current research that is being carried out by the environment
community.”



The Environmental Management
Division will work closely with Enterprise St Helena and the St Helena National
Trust to ensure that all relevant environmental issues and research are
covered.



The public are encouraged to
attend hear about the valuable research being carried out on St Helena’s
wonderful environment.



SHG



9 August 2013



 

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