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Three global beauty companies in Malaysia are making a positive impact on the local community and environment with their CSR programmes
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.
The African plain is harsh territory for most living creatures, and only the fittest survive. But this is exactly where the big cats of Earth call home.
Luxury watchmaker Hublot has joined forces with cricket star Kevin Pietersen to designed a new watch, in bid to protect the rhinoceros.
Engaging local communities in stopping the wildlife trade means providing them with alternate sources of income that does not depend on the jungles where they live.
The Norwegian fjord trout grows in Norway's cold fjordlands and is a very popular fish in Malaysia, as Malaysia is one of the top 10 trout export markets.
In the harsh and sometimes gruesome continent that is the birthplace of Man, sublime beauty meets raw power in a perfect paradox.
With development encroaching on animal habitats, more and more confrontations between humans and displaced animals are occurring.
Malaysia’s Wildlife and National Parks Department is on the front lines of the struggle to stop poachers and smugglers from driving our wildlife into extinction. Its director-general speaks exclusively to The Star about measures he is taking to stem the tide.
The KAZA project is the largest cross-border natural reserve on the planet. But the fight for conservation in some of the poorest regions of southern Africa has many challenges, including finding the right balance between tourism and wildlife protection.