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LONDON (Reuters) - All the world's governments have fallen short on pledges made a decade ago to protect wildlife, though cases of conservation show that the destruction of nature can be slowed, and even reversed, according to a U.N. report published on Tuesday.
BANGKOK: Thai authorities have on Friday (May 15) arrested two Cambodians and six Thai workers for illegal logging after removing a large Siamese rosewood tree in a wildlife sanctuary in the northeastern Si Sa Ket province.
JAKARTA: Indonesia is likely to delay plans to raise bio-content in palm oil-based biodiesel to 40%, and keep going with an already ambitious 30% content, a senior official said, amid speculation that low crude prices could force a government re-think.
IPOH: Environmental groups in Perak are hoping that any change in the state government will not have an adverse impact on ongoing forestry issues.
IPOH: Environmentalist group Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) has raised yet another concern regarding the development project planned at Kledang Saiong Hill.
KUALA LANGAT: More than 75% of the fire at the Kuala Langat South Forest Reserve has been extinguished, with the rest expected to be put out completely within a week, depending on weather conditions.
IPOH: No development project will take place on a vast plot of land cleared at the Kledang Saiong Hill near here, says the Perak State Development Corporation (PKNP).
IPOH: A memorandum urging the state government to stop its plan for monoculture plantations in forest reserves has been sent to the Perak Mentri Besar's office by environmentalist groups and some Orang Asli.
KUCHING: Sarawak's flora and fauna will be managed in a more focused manner following the restructuring of the state's Forest Department and the Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC).