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While Malaysians overwhelmingly agree that breeding the Malayan tiger in captivity and rewilding them is a good idea, many are concerned about poaching.
The 30-member team grapples with sexist stereotypes in ultra-conservative Aceh province, and authorities who are indifferent to the environmental destruction wrought by illegal logging and land clearance for the region's many coffee plantations.
Covid-19 has negatively impacted efforts to protect natural ecosystems and habitats around the globe.
As airports and borders closed to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, Africa’s wildlife tourism sector evaporated, along with revenues many conservation projects rely on to protect some of the continent’s most endangered animals.
Conserve Malayan tigers in the wild or breed them in captivity to save them?
Pangolins could be an intermediate host of the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 so the illegal trade in these animals could pose a public health risk.
The pangolin is the world's most poached animal. A group of conservationists is now trying to save the scaly critters from extinction.
When global companies have CSR projects, it’s always important that they benefit the local community and environment. We take a look at three such programmes.
Four Malaysian women activists share their stories of how and why they're passionate about protecting the environment.