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Forests outside protected areas in Lower Kinabatangan vital to save endangered species

KOTA KINABALU: Environmentalists are calling for the conservation and rehabilitation of forests outside of protected areas in the Lower Kinabatangan home to a wide range of endangered species in Sabah.

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An artistic bid to save Malayan tiger

THE pride of our nation and national animal, the Malayan tiger, is on the brink of extinction.

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Speaking out for animals via art

AN installation art piece adapted from Gulliver’s Travels featuring ‘little people’ tying down a hippopotamus carries a message against poaching.

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Decision to rehabilitate Johor forests by not issuing new logging permits has been a boon for wildlife

JOHOR BARU: The state government decision to not issue any new logging permits over the past decade has helped revitalise forests in Johor.

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China’s tech M&A sidelines global banks

WESTERN investment banks already have a healthy “Fear of Missing Out” on business in China. The country’s technology giants should sharpen that anxiety.

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Power to help Mother Earth

THE power to protect the environment lies in the hands of ordinary people, according to Escape theme park chief executive officer Sim Choo Kheng.

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Joining forces for young villagers

THE children of Kampung Bantal in Jerantut, Pahang, are a happy lot but their joy was doubled when a group of outsiders came visiting bearing gifts.

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Artists give RM12,000 to green cause

MALAYSIAN Nature Society (MNS) has received a RM12,000 boost from the efforts of seven talented Malaysian artists who contributed their works for a charity art exhibition.

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Illegal activities spotted in reserve

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Forestry officials are investigating claims of illegal logging and poaching at the Lower Kinabatangan Forest Reserve (LKWS).

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Wildlife hotspot or hotpot?

Workshop stresses need for tougher penalties against offenders