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IPOH: The Tanjung Batu waterfall in Segari, Manjung, is not affected due to quarrying activities but photos of a site that had gone viral is actually a seasonal stream, says Mohd Akmal Kamarudin.
IPOH: The Tanjung Batu waterfall in Segari, Manjung is still protected, says state Environment and Green Technology committee chairman Mohd Akmal Kamarudin.
IPOH (Bernama): Environmental destruction at the Segari Melintang Forest Reserve, Manjung is believed to be due to a quarry project at the site.
IPOH: Environmental activist group Aktivis Sahabat Alam (Kuasa) is aghast that a once-pristine waterfall in Teluk Sera, Manjung, has been polluted.
IPOH: All quarrying activities at the Segari Melintang Forest Reserve complies with the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Environmental Management Plan (EMP), says Datuk Mohamed Zin Yusop.
IPOH: Environmentalist group Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) has raised concerns about quarrying being carried out in the Segari Melintang Forest Reserve.
GEORGE TOWN: Local scientists have found a “natural mechanism” to cut down the use of pesticides in oil palm plantations.
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): Rat-eating macaques can be an alternative as a natural pest control for oil palm plantations to replace pesticides which could be harmful to the ecosystem in Malaysia.
THE CRITICALLY endangered tree species Shorea lumutensis only found in Perak must be conserved, and promoted as an eco-tourism product to prevent IT from going extinct.