Sabah wetlands face pollution effects from oil palm estates


SANDAKAN: Malaysia has internationally-recognised wetlands, and the largest one is the 78,000ha Ramsar Site in Sabah.

Ramsar sites are wetlands of international importance, designated under the Ramsar Conven­tion, an international agreement signed in Ramsar, Iran, in 1971. It provides for the conservation and good use of wetlands.

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