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PETALING JAYA: While many conservation programmes have been launched this past year, there are still many activities in Malaysia which lead to deforestation and pollution, say environment groups.
Even under lockdown, there are steps we can take to protect and restore the ecosystem.
Many cases against wildlife this year involve protected bird species.
PETALING JAYA: The felling of a majestic cengal tree in Terengganu has riled conservationists who want more to be done to protect the nation’s natural heritage.
JOHOR BARU: The water quality of Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang here, which is said to be very polluted can still be saved and returned to Class One, says Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) president Prof Dr Ahmad Ismail.
ALOR GAJAH: No threat of bird flu (H5N8) has been detected in Malaysia during the migration of birds of prey (raptors) from the southern hemisphere which has been underway since early March, says Malaysian Nature Society president Prof Dr Ahmad Ismail (pic).
PETALING JAYA: Environmentalists have reiterated calls for the public to dispose of their single-use face masks properly to protect the environment.
It is a problem because it takes about 450 years for an average single-use face mask to degrade as it is made out of plastic and not paper.