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Updates On 19th Jul 2019
19th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

Countdown to the Malayan Tiger Run begins today. Maybank Foundation CEO En. Shahril Azuar Jimin shared his thoughts on the importance of corporate support for conservation at the official press launch on Monday.. “Through this run we aim to educate Malaysians on poaching and how it should stop if we want to double the population of these tigers,” he said. Be a voice for tigers - come join us on 28 July as we run tigers and launch the Malayan Tiger Pledge! . Read more here: https://www.thes...

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19th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

#Repost @wwfmyesd • • • • • • Come and join us at Paradigm Mall to find out the #sustainable choices you can make to become better #consumers. Everything we do counts so see you guys!

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Updates On 18th Jul 2019
18th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

Great news - six shark and rays are totally protected under the Fisheries Regulation Act 1985 in Malaysia as of today. These are the great hammerhead, smooth hammerhead, winghead and oceanic whitetip sharks, and giant oceanic and reef mantas. Complimentary management measures to effectively reduce mortality will be needed to ensure they can thrive into the future Photo : Alex Mustard

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Bornean Orangutans In Sustainably Managed Forests
18th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

WWF-Malaysia's latest findings conclude that Bornean #orangutans have maintained their population numbers in the sustainably managed forests of Deramakot and Ulu Segama, Sabah, ensuring that the conservation of the orangutans is on track. However, we can still do more to protect the species. The orangutans' survival in isolated forest patches will depend on the creation of wildlife corridors that will link fragmented forests together, allowing the species to breed as well as to travel for food a...

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Emoji Day #VoiceForThePlanet Video
17th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

It’s #EmojiDay! Can you tell what stories these emojis are telling about human impacts on nature? We need a new deal for nature and people. Add your voice for the planet now panda.org/voice #VoiceForThePlanet #NewDealForNature

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Updates On 16th Jul 2019
16th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

With less than 200 Malayan tigers left in the country, the Ministry of Water, Land and Natural Resources recently launched a two-year national campaign to save Malayan tigers. To support tiger conservation and the ministry’s efforts towards saving the Malayan tiger, WWF-Malaysia will be officially launching a year-long Malayan Tiger Pledge during Global Tiger Day celebrations this year. Pledge here: wwf.org.my/tigerpledge In addition, in conjunction with this campaign, this Global Tiger Day...

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Updates On 15th Jul 2019
15th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

Dear runners, mark your calendars now! The Malayan Tiger Run race kit collection will take place on 19 to 21 July at The Symphony Walk, IOI City Mall, Putrajaya. Can't make it? Fret not. A race kit collection counter will be open from 6.00am to 6.30am at the event site on the run day itself (Sunday, 28 July). Do come on time to avoid any delays. #TheMalayanTigerProject #Roar4Life #TheMalayanTigerRun #WWFMalaysia #Maybank Maybank The Malayan Tiger Project

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Astro Radio News
10th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

WWF-Malaysia Marine Policy Manager Shantini Guna Rajan talks about food waste & zero-waste with Astro. "When we waste 1kg of rice, it equates to 2,500 liters of water that we're wasting."

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My Country Is Not A Dumping Ground For Your Garbage | Opinion
9th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

"According to the Basel Convention, exporting countries must get prior informed consent from importing countries to send their domestic waste. Malaysia did not consent to receive the massive piles of plastic I've seen," said Yeo Bee Yin(杨美盈), Kementerian Tenaga, Sains, Teknologi, Alam Sekitar dan Perubahan Iklim (MESTECC) in her Newsweek opinion piece. https://www.newsweek.com/my-country-not-du mping-ground-your-garbage-opinion-1447709

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Gunung Lesong National Park - Workshop Part 2
9th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

WWF-Malaysia’s Protected Area Programme works together with stakeholders ranging from government agencies to communities to help Sarawak achieve her target in setting aside 1 million ha (excluding water bodies) to be gazetted as totally protected areas (TPAs) by the year 2020. Part of our work involves community co-management in at least two selected TPAs. Gunung Lesong National Park, which is also known as Bukit Lingga, is one of the TPAs that we work in. Although it is surrounded by oil palm...

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Gunung Lesong National Park - Workshop
9th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

Gunung Lesong National Park, about three hours drive from Kuching, the capital city of Sarawak, is a lesser known protected area in the state. It is home to a diverse flora and fauna, and more importantly, the orangutans. Some community-based eco-tourism training took place at Kampung Engkaranji, near the national park recently, as a means to engage villagers as co-stewards in natural resource management. WWF-Malaysia, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak and Gunung Lesong Community Based Ecotourism ...

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Recipe: Planet-Friendly Chocolate Brownies
7th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

What better way to celebrate #WorldChocolateDay than these sustainable, environmentally-friendly chocolate brownies? They are amazingly chewy and gooey and - best of all - good for the planet! https://updates.panda.org/recipe-planet-f riendly-chocolate-brownies?hs_preview=SFiVTWHJ-105 27940422

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Chef Atela - Chocolate
7th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

Do you know where chocolate comes from? This #WorldChocolateDay discover how sustainable chocolate can help keep our jungles standing with inspirational Brazilian chef Alex Atala. #ShareOurPlanet @OurPlanet #Connect2Earth

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Updates On 7th Jul 2019
7th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

This fruit farm in Costa Rica works in harmony with the jungle ecosystem, and the canopy in turn helps the plants grow. This means there’s plenty of space both for trees and crops 🌴🌿 and importantly, there’s zero deforestation. They grow 22 different crops - including the cacao that delicious chocolate 🍫 comes from. This #WorldChocolateDay, let’s celebrate forward-thinking farmers, and enjoy the fruits of their sustainable efforts😄 #ShareOurPlanet @OurPlanet #Connect2Earth ...

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Updates On 7th Jul 2019
7th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

Happy Chocolate Day!🍫Let’s celebrate this yummy indulgence that nature offers and be mindful of the bean to bar journey the next time you bite into its delicious goodness. It’s time to consume wisely. #NatureMatters #Connect2Earth

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Photos From WWF-Malaysia's Post
7th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

WWF-Malaysia would like to express our sincere sympathy and condolences to the family of the divers and their friends, in the recent incidence in Semporna attributed to possible fish bombing. Their deaths are tragic, and we do not wish them upon anyone else. As we allow the privacy for the authorities to delve deeper into the investigation of this matter, WWF-Malaysia would like to stress the dangers and seriousness of the reoccurring fish bombing cases that have been happening in Sabah for de...

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The Story Of Palm Oil
5th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

Globally there are now up to 27 million hectares planted with oil palm - much of it on land that was previously jungle. Think you need to avoid palm oil? Actually oil palm is one of the world’s most productive crops and when grown sustainably it’s one way to help keep our remaining jungles standing🌴 We can all demand palm oil that hasn’t contributed to deforestation and choose to shop with brands and retailers that support it 👍 #ShareOurPlanet @OurPlanet

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NST Online
4th Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

"We will lose our tigers in two or three years, and I am being optimistic here," said WWF-Malaysia Tiger Landscape Lead, Dr. Mark Rayan Darmaraj. "If we leave things as they are, the Malayan tiger could be driven into extinction even faster."

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Photos From WWF-Malaysia's Post
3rd Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

This morning our #Freshwater team in #SetiuWetlands, #Terengganu rescued a pregnant #paintedterrapin that was caught in a fishing net called "pukat pari", while trying to get to the beach to lay its eggs. We suspected that it had been trapped for some time as there were red marks on it, possibly from the constriction of the net. It was weak from struggling in the net, but regained its energy after the rescue and was released to a nearby river three hours later. Painted terrapins are a #Critica...

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Jungle Medicines
3rd Jul 2019, by WWF Malaysia

#DYK that scientists have found anti-cancer properties in over 2,000 jungle plants? Yet, we’ve only tested 1% for their medicinal qualities. Who knows what other treasures our jungles hold? It’s vital that we protect them🌴💚 #ShareOurPlanet @OurPlanet

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