Singapore Eco Film Festival | Session #6 – Giants
The Singapore Eco Film Festival (#SGEFF) is a celebration bringing together all the environmental organisations in Singapore, to ignite a public passion for protecting our environment in Singapore & Beyond!
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Session #6 – Giants

Giants

Green banking has become big business, but will commercializing nature protect our natural world? How can our initiatives/ human activities lend a hand to conservation efforts, without unwittingly causing further harm to the species needing protection?

Date

Sat Nov 12, 2016
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Discussions

Herry Cho, Sustainable Finance
Dzaeman Dzulkifli, Tropical Rainforest Conservation & Research Center
Fadly Abach, KL Eco Film Festival

Category
Films

FILMS

Saving Giants
The tropical rainforests of Southeast Asia are being cleared at an ever increasing rate due to logging and the expansion of human population in the region. Tropical Rainforest Conservation and Research Centre (TRCRC) is working towards protecting rare and endangered trees within in the state of Sabah, Northern Borneo.

Banking Nature
We investigate the global stranglehold that financial institutions have on living resources and the commercialisation of the natural world. Protecting our planet has become big business. What guarantees do we have that our natural inheritance will be protected? And should our ecological heritage be for sale?