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Meruntum Beach clean-up: Local community takes own initiative
“We only managed to cover about 400 metres of the area but even so, we collected a total of 55 bags of trash! So imagine just how bad the place is. We found all kinds of trash like shampoo bottles, shoes, bags, a big bolster, and even bottles of urine
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Some 5,000 expected for Sabah biggest plogging event Sept 29
Plogging is an eco-activity that combines jogging or running while picking up trash along the way.
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Three organisations working together to safeguard Sabah’s mangrove ecosystem
The Sabah Forestry Department (SFD) is working together with the International Society for Mangrove Ecosystems (ISME) and Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) to safeguard Sabah’s mangrove ecosystem.
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Leopard cat fitted with satellite collar
“Movement data will assist us to understand how such a resilient species utilises both landscapes - forest and oil palm plantation,” said Dr Miriam Kunde, DGFC’s project leader and carnivore conservation officer.
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Enhancing forest restoration: UMS, Sime Darby Plantation Bhd sign Letter of Intent
Ramzah asserted through the mutual intention, UMS will work on the restoration of SDP’s 267-hectare degraded forest in Sapong Estate, Tenom.
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Banteng – most endangered mammal in Sabah
“Herds are increasingly fragmented by deforestation, infrastructure and human activity, and this prevents their ability to move and maintain behaviours essential to their survival,” concluded Dr Gardner.
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Proposed state Fisheries Enactment may add shark protection clauses
“But it goes back to the fundamental issue; Sabah does not have a Fisheries Enactment and the Federal Government is the one calling the shots.
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11 beauties learn about zero-waste lifestyle, homemade skincare products
Upcycled Shack founder Tressie Yap, who is an architect and a designer championing the cause of “turning trash into treasure”, held a half-day “Zero Waste” training programme with the hope that the beauties can share the knowledge with more peop
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Gayana Resort to untangle underwater ‘ghost nets’
Alfonso added that it is sad to see, otherwise, beautiful and healthy coral reefs being damaged and broken by the weight of the abandoned fishnets.
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Protecting environment is everyone’s responsibility – Liew
Climate change issue is becoming an important and critical global environmental agenda that requires serious attention by everyone, she said.
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Sense of love, responsibility by students can save the enviroment
He noted that environmental problems such as drifted trash seems to have no end and has not spared tourism spots around Kota Kinabalu including the Tanjung Lipat beach.
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Pupuk semangat sayangkan alam sekitar sejak di bangku sekolah
Menurutnya, sekolah itu telah mewujudkan projek taman keceriaan sekolah yang berkonsepkan alam semula jadi sejak tahun lalu lagi melalui inisiatif bersama persatuan ibu bapa dan guru bersama-sama murid SK Keguraan.
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Upcycling used materials: Students build beach facilities for public park
The members of the public who regularly visit the Likas Bay Public Park can now benefit from the newly provided beach facilities such as barbecue pits, tables, and chairs made of upcycled materials by volunteer students.
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Increased RM1 million allocation for City Hall’s waste management
Underlining the aim to heighten the level of cleanliness in the state capital, Shafie said the move is part of efforts to put the city on the world map, and attract tourists to Kota Kinabalu.
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Businessman denies possessing turtle eggs
Arman allegedly possessed the turtle eggs of the Chelonia mydas species, which is a protected animal species, without a written authorisation from the authorities at the Crafts Market at 4pm on July 9.
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