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This page collects SAVE’s papers and presentations at conferences, workshops, and other public events over the years. The newer presentations are on top, older ones are at the bottom.
Please also check our Resources page, for the reports and other printed materials that SAVE has produced.

Baekyreong Meeting: April 2020
Alternative Proposals for Baekryeong (in Korean) (PDF from Powerpoint file, 4 MB) presented by Dr. Nial Moores of Birds Korea, and Choony Kim of KFEM

Hwaseong Bay Workshop: May 13, 2019
“30,000 Reasons to Visit: An Environmentally Friendly Economic Development Proposal”:

10th Conference of the Pacific Rim Community Design Network
Hong Kong: December 15-17, 2016

“The Black-faced Spoonbill in Xinghua Bay, China: A Catalyst for Responsible Development”:

Kaohsiung City Council public hearing on the Jiading Wetland
Kaohsiung, Taiwan: July 14, 2014

Report for the Kaohsiung City Council Public Hearing on Jiading 7-14-14 (PDF, 5 MB)

International Conference on Wetland Breadbasket
Tainan, Taiwan: May 3-6, 2012

The Evolution of the Artificial Wildbird Tidal Mudflat in Fukuoka, Japan (PDF) by Mia Docto and Scott Walls

Fukuoka Workshop: November 15, 2011
Proposals for Island City: Livability and Nature (PDF)

“Volunteer Opportunities Around the Bay”
Berkeley Conference: October 22, 2011

Overview of SAVE’s Mission, Accomplishments, and Current Campaigns (PDF) by Fiona Cundy

Ganghwa Conference: May 16, 2011
Presentation on Alternative Plans and Ecotourism for Hakata Bay (Fukuoka, Japan) and Songdo (Incheon, Korea) (PDF) by Yekang Ko

Korean National Assembly (Four Rivers): June 23, 2010

Songdo Proposal Presentation at Green Incheon: June 21, 2010
Songdo Proposal Presentation (with English and Korean script) (PDF)

Ganghwa Conference: May 2010
(Official title: 2010 International Symposium on Prudent Use of Tidal Flat and Conservation of Black-faced Spoonbill)

Presentation on the Budai Community Development Plan by Alyssa Machle and Lauren Stahl (PDF): Script and Visuals

Proposals for the Budai Project (PDFs):