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    Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU)
    Argentina-Buenos Aires
    Argentina-Rio Negro
    Australia-Sydney
    Bangladesh-BRAC
    Bangladesh-Dhaka
    Bangladesh-Jahangirnagar
    Bangladesh-U. of Liberal Arts
    Bangladesh-North South U
    Bangladesh-IUB
    Bangladesh-IBA
    Bolivia-Cochabamba
    Bolivia-Santa Cruz (UAGRM)
    Bolivia-Santa Cruz (UTEPSA)
    Bolivia-Sucre     
    Brazil-Centro Universitário UNA
    Brazil-Ouro Preto                 
    Brazil-Rio de Janeiro
    Canada- Alberta
    Canada- British Columbia
    Canada- Ontario (Waterloo)
    Canada- Quebec 
    Canada- Toronto (Ryerson)
    Caribbean (UWI)
    CEU Austria
    Chile-Universidad Católica de Chile
    China-Hong Kong SAR (CUHK)
    Colombia
    Colombia-Biodiversity
    Colombia-Javeriana
    Colombia-Medellin
    Colombia-Caribbean region
    Costa Rica
    Ecuador
    France- Lyon   
    Germany - Bard Berlin
    Germany- Berlin TU         
    Hungary-Andrassy  
    Hungary- Corvinus
    Hungary- ELTE
    Hungary- Miskolc
    India- Gujarat
    Indonesia
    Indonesia-Bandung
    Indonesia-IPB
    Italy-Arezzo
    Japan-Tokyo
    Kazakhstan
    Kenya
    Korea-K.U.
    Korea-Yonsei
    Kyrgyzstan
    Latin America- 5 cities FLASCO
    Latin America- Resilience CLEAR-CIDE
    Liberia
    Malaysia
    Mexico- Mexico City
    Mexico-Monterrey
    Middle East region (Al Quds)
    Netherlands-Amsterdam
    Netherlands-Rotterdam
    New Zealand-Auckland
    Pakistan
    Peru
    Philippines-Los Banos
    Philippines-UPOU
    Poland
    Rwanda
    Serbia
    Singapore (NUS)
    South Africa
    South Asian Region
    Taiwan
    UK- London
    UK- Warwick
    UK- Keele
    UK- London (SOAS)
    Uruguay

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    1. 9 April 2021 Global Climate Dialog Webinar
      Climate Solutions for Singapore (NUS)

      Hosted by National University of Singapore (NUS)

      Panelists:
      1. Dr. Simon Schillebeeckx - SMU Business
      2. Dr. Melissa Low - ESI Energy
      3. Mr. Tony Chan - SEA Cities and Planning Lead, ARUP

      Moderator: Dr. Kelly Siman, Centre for Nature-based Climate Solutions :: Department of Biological Sciences :: National University of Singapore

      Date: Friday, April 9
      Time: 10-11am

      PLEASE REGISTER HERE to watch the webinar live. If you are unable to attend at the time of the event, we will be sharing it on our blog following the event.

      For more info, contact kellysiman@nus.edu.sg

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