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Foreign Office
15th Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Britain's Prince William told the London International Wildlife Trade conference that he couldn't face his children if his generation lets tigers, elephants and other species go extinct. We also thank our new Minister of Water, Land and Natural Resources, Dr Xavier Jayakumar for pledging a new tiger reserve in Malaysia at the conference. We support this important undertaking. Thank you to all our supporters in helping us #EndWildlifeCrime. https://www.wwf.org.uk/updates/wwf-statement-lon don...

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Updates On 13th Oct 2018
13th Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Everything on our planet is connected and migratory birds do a lot to strengthen this connection, by fertilising crops, pollinating plants, controlling insect plagues and more 🐦 Celebrate #WorldMigratoryBirdDay and find out more about the intricate connections of nature #Connect2Earth - https://pand.as/connect2earth

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

This past week, the team in Sabah conducted a drone survey to assess the canopy of the planted trees and overall ground conditions at WWF-Malaysia’s reforestation site at Bukit Piton Class 1 Forest Reserve. Bukit Piton is home to Bornean orangutans and these planted trees are essential to their survival. Photo: (c) WWF-Malaysia/Mazidi Abd Ghani @ Sabah, Malaysia

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

Britain's Prince William told the London International Wildlife Trade conference that he couldn't face his children if his generation lets tigers, elephants and other species go extinct. "It's heartbreaking to think that by the time my children, George, Charlotte and Louis are in their 20s, elephants, rhinos and tigers might well be extinct in the wild," he said at the conference hosted by the British government. WWF also handed in 120,000+ signatures demanding global leaders end wildlife crim...

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

ALFA and Friends have launched their Science Camp programme! From 13 October 2018 to 24 November 2018, teachers will be trained how to educate their students about the importance of wildlife conservation using the Science Camp programme student kit. Teacher training locations: KL, Selangor, Kuantan, Penang, Johor Bahru, Melaka and Kuching. RM1 from every Science Camp programme kit sold will be donated to WWF-Malaysia’s conservation efforts. Find out more about the Science Camp programme here: ...

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Updates On 11th Oct 2018
11th Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

The illegal wildlife trade the 4th biggest illegal trade in the world, after drugs, counterfeiting and human trafficking. Nepal is doing its bit to #EndWildlifeCrime with a series of zero poaching wins. The small Himalayan nation has shown us that eliminating poaching is actually possible. They achieved 365 days of Zero Poaching twice between 2011 and 2014. It's a hopeful example to the world. Here's an infographic look at this journey ➡️ https://bit.ly/2EdziRY

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WWF-Malaysia Sustainable Markets Programme
10th Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

WWF-Malaysia statement on YB Teresa Kok's concerns about the EU movement to phase out palm oil.

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Updates On 8th Oct 2018
8th Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

1.5°C is safer than 2°C for people and nature, says WWF-UK’s chief climate change advisor Steve Cornelius, as governments head to Korea next week to consider a landmark Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C Political leadership is important. Strong leadership and the right choices can lead to the necessary rapid and deep cuts to greenhouse gas emissions, which improves the chance of limiting warming to 1.5°C. For example, governments encouraging renewable energy over fossil fuels. ...

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WWF-Malaysia Sustainable Markets Programme
5th Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

WWF-Malaysia statement applauding YB Teresa Kok’s position on halting palm oil expansion in Malaysia and sustainability certification in Sabah. http://bit.ly/2BXGK0D

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

Have any questions for Malaysia's leading tiger expert? WWF-Malaysia Tiger Landscape Lead, Dr Mark Rayan Darmaraj will be speaking at the Cooler Lumpur Festival tomorrow, Saturday, October 5 from 3:00-4:00pm at Black Box MAP, Publika Solaris Dutamas. Find out how he and his hardworking team are trying to save a species from extinction. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session led by The New York Times reporter Rick Paddock. He covered the Thailand tiger temple trafficking expose in d...

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

Governments meet next week to consider a landmark scientific report that is expected to benchmark the urgency and scale of climate action needed to be taken to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. See what key elements WWF’s thinks should be included in the report: http://wwf.panda.org/our_work/climate_and_energy/? 335332/ipcc-special-report-15C #IPCC30 #SR15 #climatechange #climate

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Photos From WWF-Malaysia's Post
5th Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

We're here today at UNIMAS Open Day in conjunction with World Animal Day! Please do come to our booth between 10 am and 4.00 pm to know more about wildlife and our conservation works in Sarawak. We also have exciting activities such as latern making, animal henna tattoo and quizzes for you to play. Don't miss out! It's our last day! And thank you for those who visited us! Photo (c)WWF-Malaysia/Ezen Chan #worldanimalday #wwf #sarawak #unimas #ibec #wildlifeawarenessday

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Photos From WWF-Malaysia's Post
4th Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Our Head of Markets and Education, Mr. Thiaga Nadeson, and Prof. Dato' Dr. Azmi Omar, President and CEO of the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF), formalising the MoU between WWF-Malaysia & INCEIF pledging the joint commitment in promoting Sustainable Finance in Malaysia. Among the objectives of the MoU is to strategically develop and promote sustainable financing and to exchange relevant experience between WWF and INCEIF. We hope that this collaboration will set an e...

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Updates On 4th Oct 2018
4th Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Join us today and tomorrow (4-5 Oct) at Faculty of Resource Science and Technology Building (UG Floor), UNIMAS to celebrate World Animal Day! Come and drop by our booth between 10 am and 4.30 pm to know more about wildlife and our conservation works in Sarawak. We have some fun games, contest and quizzes for you to play. There are also some fun activities by other exhibitors.

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Don't Take Rivers For Granted
3rd Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Our Freshwater Leader Daria Mathew writes: "Despite their many uses and benefits to mankind, rivers in our country are often overlooked and remain a low priority for policymakers until the next flash flood or severe drought happens. Over the recent years, Malaysia has seen a higher frequency and more intense dry spells, which have affected the availability of water resources in many parts of the country." Click on the link to read the full article.

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Updates On 2nd Oct 2018
2nd Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Unknown to many, Rajang River is one of the homes to the Irrawaddy dolphin, a flagship species in #Sarawak. These can be found in the #Rajang, #Belawai and #Paloh rivers which make up the Rajang Delta at the estuary. With #pollution from human activities upstream and rapid development near the Rajang delta, the dolphins are becoming more threatened each day. Do you know that dolphins may mistakenly consume floating rubbish like #plastics as food? Even though Irrawaddy dolphins are still thri...

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Updates On 2nd Oct 2018
2nd Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

We all use rivers one way or another. More than 90% of our water for daily use come from the rivers. Despite being used as water for domestic needs and recreation, people also treat rivers as rubbish dumping site out of #convenience. It is not because lack of awareness, but public apathy on adverse environmental impacts. It is everyone’s #duty to conserve and protect our rivers. Our lives and #actions are connected to rivers in more ways than we know. Photo © WWF-Malaysia/Amar Akmal Ayob ...

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Updates On 1st Oct 2018
1st Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

On 20 September, WWF-Malaysia held a role playing game for the integrated #watershed management workshop’s participants aimed at creating better understanding of the watershed and how human activities affect the rivers, both upstream and downstream. It provided insights into how a river’s health will affect the natural resources such as fishes and aquatic life, water security for people and economy, capacity to generate hydroelectric and etc. The game also provided insights into how differ...

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Updates On 1st Oct 2018
1st Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

Everyone is invited to view the Art for Nature 2018 Exhibition, themed 'Saving Wild Lives' Time and date: 1 to 7 October 2018 Monday to Friday (11.00 am to 6.00 pm) Saturday and Sunday (11.00 am to 8.00 pm) Venue: St. Jo's Level 3, Gurney Paragon Mall, George Town, Penang Entrance is free. 50% of sales proceeds will be channelled to WWF-Malaysia's conservation efforts, with 50% going to the artists. Photo is of oil on canvas artwork Love II by Alice Chang Oi Lai

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Photos From WWF-Malaysia's Post
1st Oct 2018, by WWF Malaysia

In Sarawak, WWF-Malaysia promotes the conservation of native and indigenous fish species, including the ecologically sensitive but important “Semah” and “Empurau” in #Baleh watershed. Among others, our works cover collecting information to guide better #watershed #management for the benefit of the rivers, its aquatic species and local communities. On 14-16 September, the #freshwater team from Sarawak office and officers from Inland Fisheries Division, Department of Agriculture Sarawa...

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