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Thousands of simple black pellets containing acacia seeds, known as seedballs, are being scattered across the country's forests – razed for pasture, crops and charcoal – in efforts to regenerate them.
Malaysia’s rainforests are among the most diverse on the planet. A key environmental asset, forests contribute to climate stability, protect water and soil resources, as well as sustain a diverse ecosystem of flora and fauna.
Science reveals that it’s possible to control global warming, but political and societal will is required to make it happen.
NAKURU, Kenya (Reuters) - What can stop wandering elephants, illegal logging and protect sources of water? Kenyan environmental group Rhino Ark Trust says: electric fences. Lots of them.
VIENTIANE, Feb 8 (Vientiane Times/ANN): Although the Prime Minister’s Order relating to control of the timber industry is being strictly enforced, illegal logging continues to be of great concern although it has declined in recent years.
Malaysia recognises the importance of managing its natural resources intelligently, which includes the conservation of flora and fauna. Conserving the nation’s richly biodiverse forests and its ecosystem is a vital focus for the future, in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 2030.
The Brunei Darussalam National Council on Climate Change (BNCCC) launched the Protokol Hijau, or Green Protocol, as part of Climate Action Year, by planting 68 saplings at the recreation site of Sultan Haji Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien Bridge in Kampong Sungai Besar.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): President Joko 'Jokowi' Widodo called for stronger global commitments to tackle climate change this week, but environmentalists are not buying it.
CONVERTING large areas of land for farming to boost food supplies increases planet-heating emissions and places a greater burden on poorer nations already bearing the brunt of climate change, researchers warned.
BANGKOK, Jan 19 (Thomson Reuters Foundation): Converting large areas of land for farming to boost food supplies increases planet-heating emissions and places a greater burden on poorer nations already bearing the brunt of climate change, researchers warned on Tuesday.