We extend our heartfelt gratitude to The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) for their generous support as a Premium Sponsor of SER2023 in Darwin, Australia. At SER2023, RCU will showcase their extensive environmental regeneration projects and share information on their transformative efforts in AlUla.
Read more about their restoration work and sponsorship of SER2023: “The Royal Commission for AlUla to Highlight Successes in Revitalising Arid Environments to Global Audience at Society For Ecological Restoration Conference in Darwin, Australia.”
We are especially excited to recognize RCU as the sponsor for the Conference Celebration Dinner taking place for delegates on Friday the 29 September at the Wharf One restaurant. RCU’s sponsorship for this global event not only supports the conference dinner, but also improves the quality and breadth of the conference program, facilitates participation of students and professionals from developing countries, and provides formative experiences that delegates can translate into better restoration outcomes.
The Royal Commission for AlUla at SER2023
At SER2023, RCU will showcase their groundbreaking environmental regeneration projects in AlUla. As a custodian of this unique region, RCU’s transformative efforts are not only impressive, but also essential in shaping the future of sustainable conservation and ecological restoration. RCU’s commitment to protecting over 11,000 sq. km of land, launching native flora nursery operations, and the successful integration of native seedlings into the wild are milestones that set a high standard for restoration initiatives worldwide.
Learn more by attending RCU’s Evening Event
Join RCU on Wednesday, 27 September from 7 to 9 pm, the Lobby Lounge of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel for an evening highlighting the Commission’s ambitious plans for nature conservation in AlUla, Saudi Arabia. The Royal Commission for AlUla was established to protect and safeguard AlUla, a region of outstanding natural and cultural significance with stunning landscapes and wildlife.
The evening’s talks and film will cover aspects such as the Commission’s large-scale ecosystem restoration goals and methods, species reintroductions such as the Arabian Leopard, and the Commission’s aspirations regarding ecotourism and sustainable development. The event is open to all delegates at the conference, and will consist of talks, a short film and Q+A with drinks and canapés to be served.
Thank you again, RCU, for your invaluable support in making SER2023 a place of knowledge-sharing and inspiration for a more sustainable future. Together, we are forging a path toward a healthier planet for all.
Learn more about RCU here.
Photo caption: AlUla Oasis