Bike for Coastal Conservation

June 08 2019 @ 3:00 PM - June 09 2019 @ 12:00 PM

In 2019, IOI Thailand will organize a 25 km biking campaign "Bike for Coastal Conservation (BCC)" at Pranburi Forest Park, Prajuabkirikhan Province on Sunday 9 June 2019. There will be around 300 Senior government officers, CEOs, business managers, bicycle clubs community and families to attend and to celebrate the WOD 2019. The campaign is collaborated and supported by Pranburi Forest Park in Prajuabkirikhan, National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation; Department of Marine and Coastal Resources; Department of Fisheries; Tourism Authority of Thailand; Fish Marketing Organization; Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Centre; Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific; Airport of Thailand; Thai Airways International; Electricity Generating of Thailand; Petrolium Authority of Thailand; Association of Fisheries Alumni; Thai Agricultural Business Association; The Federation of Thai Shrimp Farmers Association; fish farm owners (Teerayuth & Arunsri Tanomkiet); Association of Natural Disaster Prevention Industry; and bicycle clubs (BCC 124, SlimFish, Nongplub, Prajuab, Pranburi, etc.).

 

Programme Schedule (8 - 9 June 2019)

Saturday 8 June 2019

15.00 - 18.00 hrs Registration at Pranburi Forest Park, Prajuabkirikhan to receive bike jursey for each of participant

Sunday 9 June 2019

06.30 - 07.30 am Breakfast at Pranburi Forest Park

07.30 - 08.00 am Opening ceremony and aquatic animal stocking

08.00 am Thailand's national anthem

08.05 - 08.15 am Group photos

08.15 am Start bike campaign

08.15 - 11.00 am Bike for Coastal Conservation (BCC) with a group photo at the Ratchaphakdi Park

11.00 - 12.00 am Closing ceremony, coffee break and awarding of lucky draws & return safely to Bangkok

For more information please see www.ioithailand.com

Objectives
  • Build up public awareness on Thai seas and marine resources conservation
  • Promote gender equality and empowerment in ocean conservation, governance and marine resources management.
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