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CEPF Project Completion Workshop Assessment of the Status and Distribution of Globally Threatened Plant Species in Indochina

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CEPF Project Completion Workshop Assessment of the Status and Distribution of Globally Threatened Plant Species in Indochina

Address: Multi-function Room, First Floor, Building A1, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology - No. 18, Hoang Quoc Viet Road, Hanoi, Vietnam

Date: 1-2 November 2012, Thursday

Programme:

1 November 2012

08:30 Registration

08:45 Welcome and introduction of participants

09:00 Opening remarks by Professor Dr. Chau Van Minh, President, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology

09:10 Opening remarks by Representative of CEPF Regional Implementation Team, BirdLife
International in Indochina

09:20 Opening remarks by Ms. Olga Martha Montiel, Vice President for Conservation and Sustainable Development, Missouri Botanical Garden

09:30 Highlights of the results of the CEPF project by Dr. Jack Regalado, Missouri Botanical
 Garden

10:00 Discussions

10:30 Coffee/tea break

11:00 Diversity and conservation of threatened species of Cycas in Indochina by Mr. Nguyen Manh Cuong, Cuc Phuong National Park

11:20 Diversity, biogeography, and conservation of threatened orchids in Indochina by Professor Leonid Averyanov, Komarov Botanical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia

12:00 Lunch (catered and served at the court yard)

13:30 Conservation of threatened gingers in Indochina by Dr. Vichith Lamxay, National University of Laos, Vientiane

13:50 Conservation of threatened aroids in Indochina by Dr. Nguyen Van Du, Institute of Ecology & Biological Resources, Hanoi

14:10 Conservation of threatened rattans in Vietnam by Dr. Ninh Khac Ban, Biological Resources Department,  Institute of Marine Biochemistry, Vietnam Academy of Science & Technology, Hanoi

14:30 Diversity of gesneriads in Indochina and conservation status in Thailand by Dr. Pramote
 Triboun, Thailand Institute of Scientific & Technological Research, Pathum Thani

14:50 Conservation of threatened impatiens in Indochina by Dr. Piyakaset Suksathan, Queen Sirikit
Botanic Garden, Chiang Mai

15:10 Conservation of threatened camellias in Vietnam by Dr. Luu Hong Truong, Southern Institute of Ecology, Ho Chi Minh City

15:30 Coffee/tea break

16:00 Conservation of threatened magnolias in Vietnam by Dr. Vu Quang Nam, Vietnam Forestry University, Hanoi

16:20 Conservation of threatened dipterocarps in Indochina by Dr. Hoang Van Sam, Vietnam Forestry University, Hanoi

16:40 Discussions (Lessons learned and experiences gained from Red List assessments)

17:00 Summary and close for the day

19:00 Reception and dinner (at restaurant to be announced; kindly RSVP at registration desk)

Friday, 2 November 2012

09:00 Review of priority plant species for conservation

10:30 Coffee/tea break

11:00 Important Plant Areas (IPAs) for conservation in Thailand by Dr. Voradol Chamchumroon,
 Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, Bangkok

11:20 IPAs in Cambodia by Mr. Viboth Ly, Royal University of Phnom Penh

11:40 IPAs in Lao PDR by Dr. Bouakhaykhone Svengsuksa, Pha Tad Ke Botanical Garden, Luang
 Prabang

12:00 Lunch (catered and served at the court yard)

13:30 IPAs in Vietnam by Mr. Vu Anh Tai, Institute of Geography, Vietnam Academy of Science & Technology, Hanoi

13:50 Review of priority plant areas for conservation

15:00 Coffee/tea break

15:30 Enhancing capacity of the Indochina Plant Specialist Group: gaps, priorities, plan of action

16:30 The next steps (where do we go from here?)

16:45 Summary and conclusion of workshop

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