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Pressure for G20 deadline on fossil fuel subsidies shifts to Germany

BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - After this week's G20 summit in China failed to set a target year to phase out hundreds of billions of dollars in state subsidies for polluting fossil fuels, green groups and experts are urging Germany to finish the job as host of next year's summit.


Indonesian conservationist shortlisted for Whitley Award

Jakarta: An Indonesian is among seven finalists in the annual Whitley Awards that recognize the works of conservationists around the globe.


Runners with a caring heart

KUCHING: Led by award-winning conservationists, hundreds took part in the “Run and Bleed for the Wild” charity event last weekend around some of Kuching inner city’s last remaining parks and greens.


Pedal power to support, conserve orang utans

KUCHING: A 40km charity cycling event to raise public awareness and support for the conservation of orang utans and the environment will be held on Sept 19.


Jason Statham does comedy ... and passes

Tough guy Jason Statham tries on comedy and passes with flying colours.


Run raises awareness on orang utan survival

KUCHING: A recent run by Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) offered hope to the orang utans, highlighting human destructiveness upon our cousins in the jungle.


WCS organises run for orang utans

KUCHING: Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Malaysia Programme is organising a run in tandem with its New York counterpart on April 25.


School drama project aims on saving orangutans

KUCHING: Students from three schools showed their creativity in staging original dramas on saving orangutans in an inaugural competition at Matang Wildlife Centre.


Good news for environmental group

KUCHING: Environmental groups have expressed delight with Sarawak Chief Minister’s announcement to curb illegal logging by halting the issuance of concession licences temporarily.


Outgunning the outlaws

CAN we be pacifist treehuggers? I think not.