Youthful Wetland Dialogue on Metaverse Call for exhibitors and presenters

Category: International news, News, Ramsar

Published: November 1st, 2022

Young people are key stakeholders to wetland conservation and many of them are taking actions. We are creating an extraordinary virtual event on Gather.Town for all youth participants to showcase their work, share ideas and interact with each other around the world during Ramsar COP14 held from 5th to 13th November, 2022.

In this virtual event co-organized by WWF-Hong Kong and The East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP), you are now encouraged to present any research, conservation campaigns or programs you have done, or any innovative ideas or insights related to conservation of wetlands and waterbirds.  


Register a slot to present your conservation work during Ramsar COP14!

Registration form:

Deadline: 3rd November, 2022 

Submission of materials: 5th November, 2022 

Format: A2 poster (in PDF or JPG)  or online video link (e.g. Youtube link) 

Submit to: 

Date of interactive presentation on 8th November 2022 (The presenter may choose to join the session virtually)  

Session 1: 9:30am – 11:00pm (UTC) 

Session 2: 1:30pm – 3:00pm (UTC) 

Platform: Gather.Town (the link to the space will be released soon) 

Watch this video to see how to use Gather.Town: 


Join us on 8th November!  

Youthful Wetland Dialogue on Metaverse 

Want to see how youth had worked on conservation of wetlands and waterbirds worldwide?  

We are organizing a metaverse exhibition hall, during the Ramsar COP14, 5-13 Nov, 2022! 

Interactive presentation date: 8th November 2022 

Session 1: 9:30am – 11:00pm (UTC) 

Session 2: 1:30pm – 3:00pm (UTC) 

Note: The exhibition hall is open to all for the rest of the period, but with number restriction to up to 25 participants into the hall at the same time.  

Only on the interactive presentation date (8th Nov) we will open up to up to 100 participants at the same time.  

Register your participation:

Article written and originally published by the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership.

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