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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).
KANGAR (Bernama): The Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) urges the Perlis government to take immediate action to address the problem of river pollution in the state to ensure its water quality remains first class.
PETALING JAYA: The number of white-rumped shama (murai batu) confiscated by the authorities before they could be smuggled into Indonesia has increased by about 185% last year.
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.
JOHOR BARU: The 12,000ha Panti forest reserve with over 250 species of animals is in danger of being poached by foreigners who trap birds for the Indonesian songbird market.
MORE than ever, climate change or climate war, as environmentalists would call it, is affecting the world in ways that individuals may not yet feel in our daily lives - but that does not mean it is not making its presence felt.
PUTRAJAYA: The launch of Nestle’s reforestation initiative, Project ReLeaf, will see the food and beverage manufacturer planting three million trees in Malaysia over the next three years.