Conservation and environmental news & publications: Malaysia
CITES: big win for Asian rainforest tree
WWF and TRAFFIC today hailed the success of Indonesia's proposal to list ramin – a tropical ...
Fruit trees planted for orang-utans
Members of Japan's AEON Environment Foundation helped plant trees along the Lower Kinabatangan ...
Marine Turtles: Worth more alive than dead
Marine turtle tourism brings in almost three times as much money as the sale of turtle products ...
Partners for Wetlands Quarterly - May 2004 Issue
The latest issue of Partners for Wetlands Quarterly features the conservation of wetland and ...
The Kinabatangan Catchment - problems and opportunities for change
The Kinabatangan, with a catchment area of about 16,800 square kilometres, is the largest river in ...
Framework for BMP Development and Documentation and BMP on Mitigation of Human Elephant Conflict (Phase 1)
Sabah, Malaysia: New collaboration to conserve the Kinabatangan Catchment
Features recent MoU signed between WWF-Malaysia Partners for Wetlands and the Sabah Department of ...
Kinabatangan: Asiatic Development extends its reforestation area
Asiatic Development Berhad has signed a second MoU to complete the restoration on both banks of the ...
Malaysian oil palm estate to restore riverbanks
One of Malaysia's largest plantation companies, Asiatic Development Berhad, will extend their ...
Kota Kinabalu: Sawit Kinabalu Berhad makes commitment to conservation
Sawit Kinabalu Berhad formalises its decision to reserve 1,260 hectares of its Sungai Pin Estate in ...