Sabah nature conservation agreement yet to be finalised, says Sabah Forestry Dept

KOTA KINABALU: A Nature Conservation Agreement (NCA) allegedly signed between the state government and a group of foreign companies without the knowledge of Sabah natives has not been finalised, says the Sabah Forestry Department.

Chief Conservator of Forests Datuk Frederick Kugan said that contrary to what an online environmental portal had alleged, the agreement focused on forests classified as Totally Protected Areas (TPAs).

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