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PHNOM PENH (Xinhua): The population of River Terns in Cambodia has doubled in the past five years, raising hope for the species' conservation, said a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) press statement on Thursday (Feb 11).
SOLOK, Indonesia (Reuters): Clipped onto a rope, climbing high up in a tree swaying in gusts of wind, Topher White finally reaches the roof of the rainforest and opens a laptop to run checks on a machine he built to transmit 24-hour live sound from the surrounding forest.
JOHOR is one of the most developed states in Malaysia, but its waterways bear the brunt of development as the highest number of polluted rivers in the peninsula are found here.
A RM14,400 tree replanting project at a suburb in Petaling Jaya last year has turned out to be a success story.
KOTA KINABALU: There is a need to work with industries outside protected areas to ensure orang utan in Borneo, now surviving in mixed landscapes, can thrive in the long run, say experts.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A team of experts appointed by the World Health Organization (WHO) completed its 28-day mission to the Chinese city of Wuhan this week seeking clues about the origins of COVID-19.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Horseshoe bats carrying coronaviruses very similar to the one that causes Covid-19 have been found outside China, so the pandemic may not necessarily have originated in the country, say scientists in a new study.
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.