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Al Jazeera English
18th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Our Tiger Landscape Lead Dr Mark Rayan Darmaraj spent 15 years tracking tigers but has only seen a wild tiger once. When it was trapped in a poacher's snare in agony. "I felt numb for a while," he tells Al-Jazeera.

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Updates On 17th Dec 2018
17th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

70% of 🌎surface is covered by water, but less than 1% of it is fresh & accessible. There are many reasons to #ProtectWater, but this is a biggie! Show rivers and lakes some love this holiday season by joining the movement ➡️ http://ow.ly/M48V30m9y5t

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Updates On 17th Dec 2018
17th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

We've begun our countdown to #EarthHour 2019! Let's #Connect2Earth and celebrate our home. 30 March 8:30pm. Share to show your support! earthhour.org

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Updates On 14th Dec 2018
14th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Rivers and lakes are home to 15,000 species of 🐟. That’s roughly 45% of all fish species...on the PLANET! And let's not forget all the birds, mammals and insects! Take two seconds now to make sure they still have a home in 2027 ➡️http://ow.ly/M48V30m9y5t

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Photos From WWF-Malaysia's Post
13th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Oceans are a significant natural resource that provides food security and sustainable livelihoods to coastal communities. Unfortunately, human activities are threatening the oceans as marine resources are declining. A "Community Environmental Camp" was held on 9 – 11 December in Bait Island; as Sabah Parks is aiming to enhance capacity of Community-Based Organization(CBO) to tackle marine environmental problems in Sabah. It was participated by 8 CBOs from Balambangan, Tigabu, Mantanani, Mabu...

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Photos From WWF-Malaysia's Post
13th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

The Eco-Schools award ceremony held this morning marked the end of the International Eco-Schools Conference (IESC) 2018. . A total of 23 schools were respectively awarded with Bronze, Silver and Green Flag awards based on the environmental assessment that took place early this year. . The Eco-Schools award aims to recognise, monitor and celebrate students’ green initiatives in their schools. . WWF-Malaysia is pleased with and proud of all the students and teachers who worked relentlessly ...

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Photos From WWF-Malaysia's Post
12th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

A hundred students. Twenty groups. Ten stations. Two hours. One race: #WaterQuest . This afternoon we pitted the International Eco-Schools Conference (IESC) 2018's delegates against each other to test their knowledge and understanding of all things water. . From building their own water filters to identifying organisms that are indicators of water quality, the students tried to beat the clock to solve challenging questions. Even the overcast sky didn't dampen their enthusiasm as they raced fr...

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Photos From WWF-Malaysia's Post
12th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

A hundred students. Twenty groups. Ten stations. Two hours. One race: #WaterQuest . This afternoon we pitted the International Eco-Schools Conference (IESC) 2018's delegates against each other to test their knowledge and understanding of all things water. . From building their own water filters to identifying organisms that are indicators of water quality, the students tried to beat the clock to solve challenging questions. Even the overcast sky didn't dampen their enthusiasm as they raced fr...

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Updates On 12th Dec 2018
12th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Health benefits far outweigh the costs of meeting climate change goals - if we don’t act for nature today, that ultimately affects each & every one of us: https://pand.as/2zKP9mc #COP24

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Timeline Photos
11th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Some of our colleagues had a "crappy" encounter recently in #SetiuWetlands, a state park in #Terengganu. . Can you help them identify which wild animal has left these droppings and what it ate? . FYI field researchers look at animal faeces, such as tiger scat and elephant dung to estimate their population in the wild, to find out what they like to eat and many more. It's a sh*tty job, but someone's got to do it 😉 #GanuKite #TogetherPossible #CrappyScience #FieldWorkFail Credit: ©WWF-Mala...

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Photos From WWF-Malaysia's Post
10th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Today we are kicking off the 7th International Eco-School Conference at SMK Sungkai. The theme is "Water, The Source of Life" and it is attended by student delegates from Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines. In her keynote speech, Daria Mathew, WWF-Malaysia's Freshwater Lead for Peninsular Malaysia Terrestrial Conservation Programme, shared the tough lessons learned by Cape Town during the Day Zero water crisis and what we should do to avoid a similar fate. Photos: ...

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Climate Risks 1.5 Vs 2.0 Global Warming
10th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Every year matters. Every hour matters. Every half a degree matters. We need ambitious climate action #COP24 UN Convention on Climate Change if we are to limit global warming to 1.5˚C. 💪🌏 panda.org/cop24

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Photos From WWF-Malaysia's Post
8th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Yesterday the Elephant Team of Sabah Terrestrial Conservation Programme was at Sabah Softwoods Berhad, Tawau, for the plantation's monthly Tamu (night market). As one of their efforts to reduce Human-Elephant Conflicts in south Sabah, the team set up an exhibition booth to raise awareness among plantation workers on the Dos and Don'ts when they encounter elephants. Also joining the team was Sheryn Speldewinde, a student from Universiti Sains Malaysia for a study visit as part of her collaboratio...

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Kuba'an-Puak Corridor Project
7th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

It's a wrap! Thank you all for making the Kuba'an-Puak Corridor Project a success. We will not be able to do this without the help of Forest Department Sarawak, SARAWAK FORESTRY, Kementerian Pertanian & Industri Asas Tani, Miri Resident Office, Telang Usan Resident Office, Craun Research Sdn Bhd, Tanoti Sdn Bhd, Kraftangan Malaysia, Ta Ann Holdings and most importantly, the people of Kuba'an-Puak themselves. It has been a wonderful journey for us and we look forward to another chapter soon. Pho...

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Updates On 6th Dec 2018
6th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

WATCH IT NOW! On The Brink Of Extinction - Episode 6: Corporates For Tigers: https://youtu.be/MnYUm0aIM6c Maybank works in partnership with WWF-Malaysia to protect the Malayan tiger from extinction. En. Shahril Azuar Jimin, CEO of Maybank Foundation, CEO of Maybank Foundation urges corporate Malaysia to come together and contribute towards this national cause, as there is an urgent need for more assistance to prevent our national animal from disappearing forever. Filmed by award-winning docum...

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Annual Semporna Shark Survey
5th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

WWF's Annual Shark Survey continues in Sipadan Island this year with the help of Sabah Parks and Scuba Junkie Dive Centre. We would like to extend our gratitude to our partners in joining us this trip. Studies have shown that when Marine Protected Areas are enforced and managed; reef sharks can show a fast recovery as they exhibit site fidelity and do not travel a wide geographical range. We hope to see more recovery of these reef sharks in a long term! Over the years, with much attention giv...

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Updates On 5th Dec 2018
5th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Ever think about where your food comes from? 🌽 Most of our food is produced in soil - it hosts 1/4 of our planet's biodiversity and is absolutely vital to our environment. So, on this #WorldSoilDay, let's be reminded that Healthy Soil = Healthy Food = Healthy You! #Connect2Earth

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KATS' Mangrove Nursery Project At SK Kuala Setiu And SK Mangkok, Setiu Wetlands
5th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Since January 2018, almost 500 people (including more than 300 student volunteers) were involved our mangrove nursery project in Setiu Wetlands. SK Kuala Setiu and SK Mangkok's students played host to over 600 saplings from 7 mangrove species, watering, weeding and recording their growth during the project period. We wish to thank Kementerian Air, Tanah dan Sumber Asli for their generosity in funding this endeavour to create Terengganu's young mangrove scientists. #TogetherPossible #SetiuWet...

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Updates On 5th Dec 2018
5th Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

#DYK 95% of our food is produced in soil and with 33% of our global soils are already degraded, we need more efficient ways of producing food! 🌽Do you think we need MORE action to make this happen? 🤔 #WorldSoilDay #Connect2Earth More at: https://pand.as/Greatest-threat-to-nature

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2018 Comedy Wildlife Video Award
3rd Dec 2018, by WWF Malaysia

The 2018 Comedy Wildlife Video Award goes to Heather Ferreira-Cole with her brilliant capture of a young fox enjoying the trampoline while the humans were away! The competition was started to raise awareness on conservation issues using a sense of humour.

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