Results of ExxonMobil Endangered Biodiversity and Conservation Programme Documentary Making Competition

The ExxonMobil Endangered Biodiversity and Conservation Programme aims to increase public biodiversity and conservation awareness of Singapore and Southeast Asian biodiversity. Sponsored by ExxonMobil, participants get to attend a customised workshop on Southeast Asian biodiversity conservation, and do their part in spreading conservation awareness.

Endangered species and conservation design

Secondary school participants are encouraged to take positive action and spread the conservation message by taking part in a documentary making competition.

These videos showcase the winners of the documentary making competition in the Secondary School category.

First place: Greenview Secondary School, Group 4, featuring the Sumatran rhinoceros. The team members are: Lim Zhi Xin, Lookhanumanjao Chatchaya, Wayne Song Wan You and Li Wanjun Alyssa.

 

Second place: NUS High School of Mathematics and Science, Group 8, featuring the Sunda pangolin. The team members are: Soundarajan Keerthana, Zen Hoi and Jin XunZe.

 

Third place: Evergreen Secondary School, Group 5, featuring the Sunda pangolin. The team members are: Chua Jia Hao Collister, Lee Guo Rui, Lawrence Caisip and Tan Wei Xiang.

 

We hope that these videos will encourage everyone to learn more about Southeast Asian conservation and associated issues.

For more information about the ExxonMobil Endangered Biodiversity and Conservation Programme for primary and secondary schools, contact nhmlearning@nus.edu.sg.

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