Archive for ‘NGO’

15 June, 2012

CETDEM National Organic Agriculture Seminar 2012 – 2-3 July 2012

The CETDEM National Organic Agriculture Seminar 2012 is coming to you in July.

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CETDEM is organising the long awaited National Organic Agriculture Seminar 2012 with the title “Fast Forwarding Organic Agriculture in Malaysia” on 2 & 3 July. This Seminar is endorsed by the Department of Agriculture Malaysia.

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6 June, 2012

Geran ‘Selangorku’ RM5 Juta Diperuntuk Pelihara Alam Sekitar

PETALING JAYA 5 JUN : Kerajaan Negeri Selangor memperuntukkan RM5 juta dalam ‘Geran Selangorku’ pada tahun ini bagi melaksanakan pemeliharaan dan aktiviti penjagaan alam sekitar di negeri ini.

Exco Pelancongan, Hal Ehwal Pengguna dan Alam Sekitar, Elizabeth Wong berkata, geran alam sekitar diberi kepada badan bukan kerajaan (NGO) dan persatuan-persatuan dalam melaksanakan program yang dirancang berkaitan alam sekitar.

“Jadi fasa pertama, Kerajaan Negeri telah memberi lebih RM250,000 kepada NGO-NGO terbabit.

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4 June, 2012

Selangorku Sentinels of Time – Photography Competition on Selangor’s Majestic Trees

A digital photography competition to capture images of majestic trees in the state of Selangor. Submission dateline for all digital entries is 30 AUGUST 2012

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24 May, 2012

International Day for Biological Diversity – Selangor State Celebration

International Day for Biologival Diversity Celebration – Selangor State Government
Date: 26th May 2012
Time: 8am – 2pm
Venue: Taman Desa Bukit Bujang, Kuala Kubu Bharu
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The United Nations proclaimed May 22 The International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB) to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues. When first created by the Second Committee of the UN General Assembly in late 1993, 29 December (the date of entry into force of the Convention of Biological Diversity), was designated The International Day for Biological Diversity.

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21 May, 2012

CETDEM Climate Change Seminar 2012 – 5 June 2012

The CETDEM Climate Change Seminar 2012 is just around the corner.

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CETDEM is organising the 2012 edition of the Climate Change Seminar with the title “ADAPTATION OR MITIGATION – DO WE HAVE A CHOICE?”.

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17 May, 2012

GREEN Riders: South East Asia

Six weeks. Two bikes. A camera. A continent of environmental stories, struggles and successes. Plus, several thousand kilometers of twisted little roads stringing it all together. Welcome to GREEN RIDERS: Southeast Asia.

From June 2012 Kenny and Jamie will journey by bike and other sustainable means from Phuket, Thailand to Bali, Indonesia. Along the way we’ll be exploring Southeast Asia’s wealth of biodiversity, and meeting with groups and individuals involved in its protection and destruction. Plus, making connections with communities to learn more about their conservation efforts and promoting environmental education and action to protect the region’s threatened natural gems.

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15 May, 2012

MY Garden Birdwatch 2012

Celebrate World Environment Day by running a 30-minute survey in your garden, once a year — that’s all it takes for you to contribute to MY Garden Birdwatch.

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14 May, 2012

CETDEM’s Farmer’s Market – Sunday 20 May 2012

CETDEM’s Farmer’s Market will kick off on Sunday 20 May 2012

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This Farmer’s “Market” will be held on a rather small scale whereby a few farmers are invited to take part.

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8 May, 2012

MYCAT Tracks 2010-2011 report


Implementation of the National Tiger Conservation Action Plan in 2010 and 2011.

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7 May, 2012

Wesak Day green initiative by TrEES


All systems go: (from left) Buddhist Maha Vihara president Leslie Tilak, Lim and Leela getting ready to collect rubbish to be recycled at this year’s Wesak celebrations in Buddhist Maha Vihara in Brickfields.

EVERY year, thousands of devotees visit the Buddhist Maha Vihara to celebrate Wesak Day but at the end of the day they leave the usual mess of used paper cups, plastic bottles, candles, flowers and food waste strewn all over the temple grounds.

Last year, the temple’s Dhamma-duta Development Youth (D2Y) group came up with an environmentally-friendly solution to the problem together with non-governmental organisation, Treat Every Environ-ment Special (TrEES).

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