Dzaeman Dzulkifli had been involved with Tropical Rainforest Conservation and Research Centre (TRCRC) via his contributions as a member of the alternate board of governors of Landskap Malaysia since 2012. He was involved in the early planning stages when the need to form a national seed bank was first discussed. Dzaeman holds a master’s degree in Environmental Studies and carried out his doctoral research in the field of rainforest restoration in Malaysian Borneo, where he also worked closely with engaging the general public and cooperation in their corporate social responsibility programs via Earthwatch Institute. He is currently the Executive Director of TRCRC and is responsible for setting up the nationwide network of living collections for Malaysia’s most endangered plant species.
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