Archive for ‘Pantai’

1 June, 2012

New international initiative on peat and climate change mitigation

International initiative on peat and climate change mitigation

Peatlands store tremendous amounts of carbon. However, when they are drained and used – mainly for agriculture, grazing and forestry – peatlands become significant sources of greenhouse gas emissions. Peatlands drainage and peat fires are responsible for almost one-quarter of carbon emissions from the land use sector. 

To address this situation, FAO and Wetlands International have launched the global ‘Organic soils and peatlands climate change mitigation initiative’.  The Initiative is an informal network of organizations and people committed to reducing emissions from peatlands and safeguarding the other vital ecosystem services peatlands provide.

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27 February, 2012

Himpunan Hijau 2.0 Nationwide success!

For those who couldn’t make it to Kuantan for Himpunan Hijau 2.0 gathered in solidarity at KL’s Maju Junction shopping mall in support.

Other cities that held anti-Lynas protests included Penang, Bukit Merah (Perak), Kucing and Kota Kinabalu.

Let us not forget, the “Asian Rare Earth (ARE) Plant” is still cleaning up its radioactive waste, after over 20 year from its plant shut down.  Residents stand in solidarity.

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5 December, 2011

Malaysians urged to brace for the worst in face of changes in weather pattern


Vehicles negotiating floodwaters over a stretch of the Damansara-Puchong Highway in Puchong on Sunday.

PETALING JAYA: The changing weather pattern is disrupting the daily routine of Malaysians as heavy rains lashed most of Klang Valley and other parts of the country yet again.

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20 November, 2011

S.O.S. Save Our Seafood Guide – Download by WWF Msia

Where to get the guide

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27 October, 2011

A good video to understand the flood in Bangkok…

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1 October, 2011

RSYC Cleaner Marina Day

Right now we are in the process of organizing our first major initiative which is the “RSYC Cleaner Marina Day”. This will be a fun-filled day with a huge message that we all must take responsibility for Our Place….and……Our Plant. We are actively and successfully recruiting sponsors and after only a few days already have formed a partnership for the “RSYC Cleaner Marina” project with The Royal Selangor Yacht Club and the Rotary Club of Bandar Bukit Tinggi, and we have the full support of M.P.Klang, the local council who will be providing substantial logistical support in the pick-up, sorting and recycling of the enormous amount of flotsam and jetsam we will collect from the Klang River on our special “RSYC Cleaner Marina Day” scheduled for October 15 2011. 

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