With 4 keynote and more than 20 other speakers, ISGC 2015 will present a valuable and exceptional learning experience to all its participants.Over a 2 day programme and through keynote presentations, focused plenary and topical parallel sessions, these thought leaders and skyrise greenery practioners will share their views and insights on the state of the industry today and their vision of the future.
ISGC 2015 is also a leading industry education platform for you to meet and establish new links with your regional counterparts, as well as to rejuvenate and refresh your understanding and views of the industry.
Are bees dangerous? What do I do if I spot bees flying around? During the one-and-half day workshop, Carl Baptista discusses the diversity of honeybees and solitary bee populations in Singapore. Topics include their preservation and conservation and how they will impact the urban ecology of Singapore and the plants we use every day in the urban landscape.
Singapore Botanic Gardens inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site
5 July 2015
SILA is proud that our very own Singapore Botanic Gardens has been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Singapore Botanic Gardens joins England’s Kew Gardens and Italy’s Padua Gardens as one of three Botanic Gardens to be listed as a World Heritage Site.