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GEORGE TOWN: It is time for Kedah and Penang to work together to save Ulu Muda’s water resources, says conservation group coalition Friends of Ulu Muda (FOUM).
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Forestry Policy aims to provide clear directions for the forestry sector in facing new domestic and international challenges, says Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
PETALING JAYA: The government has launched the Malaysia Forestry Policy which aims to provide clear directions for the forestry sector in facing new domestic and international challenges.
DESPITE the Covid-19 pandemic that has plagued Malaysia’s industries for a full year, the timber industry registered encouraging export figures of RM22.02bil to rank third after palm oil and rubber in the primary sector, declining just 2% from 2019’s RM22.50bil.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Humans have degraded or destroyed roughly two-thirds of the world's original tropical rainforest cover, new data reveals – raising alarm that a key natural buffer against climate change is quickly vanishing.
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.
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.
PUTRAJAYA: The start of an ambitious plan to plant 100 million trees marks another step towards Greening Malaysia, which is among the national agendas for addressing climate change and improving the quality of life of the people.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has planted a Merbau tree in the garden of Seri Perdana, the Prime Minister’s official residence, to kick off the 100 Million Tree-Planting Campaign 2020-2025 on Tuesday (Jan 5).
What many don’t realise is that more than 50% of Malaysia’s landmass is still blanketed by forests after 63 years of post-independence nation-building.