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Take basic steps to stay safe

IT'S a jungle out there and Malaysia – luckily for us – still has a lot of it despite this being increasingly threatened over the years, much to the charging of conservationists.

Terengganu doubles the size of protected forest in Kenyir State Park to 30,000ha

PETALING JAYA: The Terengganu state government has gazetted an additional 19,614 hectares of forest in Kenyir State Park, effectively increasing the protected area to a whopping 30,000 hectares.

Mt Kinabalu steps into Lonely Planet's book on world's most epic hikes

PETALING JAYA: Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia's highest peak in the land below the wind, has been listed as one of the world's 50 most incredible hikes in Lonely Planet's new guidebook on hiking trails around the world.

Government must take charge of plastic waste

From DR PETER J PEREIRA, Subang Indah, Selangor.

Malaysia needs to upgrade to 5R

A letter from SARAL JAMES MANIAM, President, Forum Air Malaysia.

Turning their back on wildlife

From DR PREMALATHA DAS of Seremban.

Nature's 'alarming' decline threatens food, water, energy - U.N.

OSLO (Reuters) - Human activities are causing an alarming decline in the variety of plant and animal life on Earth and jeopardising food, clean water and energy supplies, a U.N.-backed study of biodiversity said on Friday.

Stop logging near reserves

From WONG EE LYNN, Coordinator, Green Living Special Interest Group, Malaysian Nature Society.

5 amazing things from 5 more Asean countries

It’s the golden jubilee for Asean and here’s the second part on the remaining five Asean countries and five amazing things about them.

Preservation beyond protected zones

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s move towards jurisdictional oil palm certification will be further boosted if preservation includes High Conservation Value areas outside the protected areas in the Kinabatangan region.