[10 free tickets for Roundtable members] Local Green Economy Seminars Series

Dear fellow teachers,

Roundtable has granted free 10 tickets from Yew Chung Community Colleage for its Local Green Economy Seminars Series as their co-organisers. Should you have any interest, please feel free to contact us (jackyfung@roundtable.com.hk). First come first serve. Thank you

Regards
Jacky

Local Green Economy Seminars Series 
Series 1 – Local Green Economy: Land, Agriculture & Living Environment
(7 Feb 2013 - 19 April 2013, Fridays, 7:00pm-9:30pm) 

Aims:

  1. Review the history, present situation and relevant policies on local green economy
  2. Advocate how to support local green economy in our daily life and work
  3. Explore how to create business and job opportunities through land, agriculture, conservation and green industries

Target Groups:

  1. SMEs, NGOs, social enterprises, schools with a green concern
  2. Managers and administrators, teachers, senior secondary and tertiary students, family heads

Schedule:  (For more information on content and speaker, please click the topic title or name of the speaker)

Date

Topic

Speaker

7 Feb

Mixed Economy Modes & Local Green Economy

Hon Frederick FUNG, SBS, JP
Member of Legislative Council

8 Feb

Rejuvenation of Agriculture in Hong Kong? 
 
Mr Angus LAM
Ecological Agriculture Coordinator of Partnerships for Community Development 

22 Feb

Urban Agriculture
Ms LAU Yuen Yee, Vicky
Executive Secretary of Produce Green Foundation

1 Mar

food_livelihood@earth.love
Ms YEUNG Po Hi, Sophia 
Advocator of Community Supported Agriculture

8 Mar

Green Home & Local Green Economy
Ms LAM Lai Shan, Betty
Writer & Founder of 'Green Fingers Workshop'

15 Mar

Green Homes and Workplaces - Principles and Practice
Mr Chris LAW, JP
Founding Director of the Oval Partnership

22 Mar

Nature Conservation and Local Green Economy
Ms Katie CHICK
Conservation Manager of The Conservation Association

12 Apr

Green Country Living: The Past, Present and Future
Mr LAM Wan Choi
Vice-President of HK Institute of Carbon Emission Reduction and Energy Management 

19 Apr

Shaping an Eco-city – the Permaculture Way
Mr T S WONG
Town Planner

 

Extended Study : 
Case One 27/4(Saturday) Long Valley Eco- & Heritage- Tour (Chinese Only)
Case Two 5/5(Sunday)Leisure Farm – Our Hands Farm (Chinese Only)

Seminar dates:  1 Feb 2013 - 19 April 2013, Fridays
Time:  7:00pm – 9:30pm 
Language:Cantonese 
Venue:Yew Chung Community College (7/F., KITEC, 1 Trademart Drive, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon) 
Fee: HK$250 per talk; HK$1,100 for any 5 talks;HK$1,800 for all 9 talks
Concessions:

  1. Full-time students: 50% off , please provide copy of relevant documents (e.g. student ID card)(HK$125 per talk; HK$550 for any 5 talks;HK$900 for all 9 talks)
  1. Early Birds: must apply on or before 31 December 2012
    (HK$215 per talk; HK$935 for all 5 talks; HK$1,530 for all 9 talks)

Statement of Attendance :If Statement of Attendance (SoA) is needed, please indicate in the appropriate space provided on the application form. Every participant ma request for one copy of SoA for free.  For participants joining multiple talks, the SoA will be issued after the last session joined.

Application deadline: No enrolment will be accepted once all vacanies are filled.

Application Form:Please click here.
For enrolment information, please visit http://yccc.edu.hk/en/PACE/PACE_app.html 

Payment methods:

  1. By cheque: made payable to ‘Yew Chung Community College’
  2. By EPS: in person at PACE office , Yew Chung Community College
  3. Bank transfer(through ATM or online bank transfer):

Bank : Hang Seng Bank 
Payable to: Yew Chung Community College
Account number : 024-242-302750-001
On the back of cheque or bank transaction slip, write your name, contact number and seminar title & code (pls refer to application form for course code)

Application method:Pls send completed application form with payment to 
YCCC-PACE 
7/F., KITEC, 1 Trademart Drive, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon

Enquiry:3977 9800                             Fax:2338 4320                 Email:pace@yccc.edu.hk