Hong Leong Bank starts mangrove conservation project with MNS

Aerial shot of degraded mangrove forest land which Hong Leong Bank will be working to rehabilitate with MNS

KUALA LUMPUR: Hong Leong Bank (HLB) has kick-started its mangrove swamp ecosystem rehabilitation and conservation project with the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS).

Together with MNS, HLB will help in the restoration of 15 hectares of degraded forest land by planting approximately 50,000 new mangrove trees in the Kuala Selangor Nature Park over the next three years as part of the bank’s commitment to help mitigate climate change and offset its own operations environmental impact.

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