Tuesday, May 17, 2022



Saving the forest, one plant at a time

Suzairi Zakaria has more than 2,000 plant species thriving in his backyard, but there are still more to save.

Haunted by 2019 deaths, Orang Asli fear the worst as mining activities resume

Three years ago, the village of Kuala Koh lost 14 children after their river water was polluted by manganese mining activities – and they worry that history might repeat itself.

Pristine forests the most ideal habitat for tigers

It is important to differentiate sustainable forest management that complies with the principles of sustainability from conventional logging where indiscriminate logging takes place.

Research on tiger population by WWF experts in line with remarks by Kelantan forestry head

In their findings published by Cambridge University, the pair caution against linking depleting tiger numbers to deforestation.

Negeri Sembilan MB denies floods linked to logging activities

Aminuddin Harun says the logs were actually rotten wood, and that clean-up activities took only two days.

Logging activities in Kelantan to continue, says deputy MB

Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah says logging activities in the state are carried out in accordance with the National Forestry Act 1984.

The threat to Tasik Chini

Once known for its clear water and lush greenery, Tasik Chini is now under threat from mining and logging activities which have already changed much of its landscape and affected the lives of the Orang Asli in the area.

Include us in Tasik Chini restoration efforts, say Orang Asli

They say they have lived in the area for generations.

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