Learn about local marine biodiversity and marine trash with ICCS: 13 Jun (Sat) and 14 Jun (Sun)

Learn all about the fascinating and beautiful creatures that live in Ubin's beaches and mangroves, as well as the dangers that trash poses to these animals. The ICCS booth will feature specimens of marine life, and will be accompanied by a mini-gameshow to show participants the extent of trash that lines our beaches! Find out what this trash mainly comprises of, and how we can change our daily habits into more sustainable ones.
All are welcomed!

Dates: 13 Jun (Sat) and 14 Jun (Sun)
Time: 9am to 5pm
Venue: Assembly Area opposite the HSBC Volunteer Hub, map.
Website: http://coastalcleanup.nus.edu.sg/index.html
No charge, the activity is free!
No pre-registration required. Just walk-in to the exhibition area.

What happened?
Here's a glimpse ...

A massive three-table booth thanks to the Toddycats!

from the ICCS facebook page.
John engages young visitors with our marine trash and marine life mix-and-match game:
from the ICCS facebook page.

A young volunteer understudied the Toddycats for a day and then started 'working' at the booth the very next day! Bravo!
Shared by Alan Tan on facebook.

Also check out their blog post: ICCS at Ubin Day 2015: working together to promote solutions! and the Toddycats at Ubin Day.

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