Research Center for Climate Change—University of Indonesia will be conducting the second batch of certificate training series on August and September 2015. These trainings will provide practical skill and conceptual understanding which are needed to help reduce deforestation rate and forest conversion in every aspects. The training, which also conducted by Center for Environment, Economy, and Social (CEES)—Columbia University and funded by USAID, is aimed to facilitate forest management activities in Indonesia. The training series will be carried out by the experts and practicians from each topics.
This seven-day training will be held at RCCC UI (PAU building fl. 8,5) and LIPI Bogor from 9.00 to 17.00. This training is open for the participants who have completed the Basic Reptile Taxonomy course at RCCC UI. It will be covering the topics of:
RCCC UI hereby presents the training on reptile taxonomy with an expert on herpetology Thasun Amarasinghe. He is also an editor-in-chief of Taprobanica, the journal of Asian biodiversity. There are two levels of training: (1) Basic and (2) Advanced.
(1) Basics of Reptile Taxonomy (September 2014)
This two-day training will be held at RCCC UI (PAU building fl. 8,5) on Saturday and Sunday from 9.00 to 17.00. This training is open (no pre-requirements) for any Indonesian (including undergraduates, , naturalists, researchers, NGOs, etc.) who is interested in taxonomy and its applications. It will be covering the topics of: