Pictorial showcase of M’sian rainforests


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  • Thursday, 18 Dec 2014

Children of Landskap Malaysia representatives taking a pledge with Abdullah on preserving nature during the launch.

BINDING together efforts and evidence of Malaysia’s lush natural magnificence, a coffeetable book titled Pusaka Akar aims to inspire Malaysians in conserving the country’s national heritage.

Launched at Bait Badawi, the residence of former prime minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and his wife, Tun Jeanne Abdullah, the publication comprises creative photography and commentaries from academicians and world-renowned conservationists. The book is published by Landskap Malaysia, non-profit nature conservation organisation, which chairman and patron is Jeanne.

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