December 2023

SABAH LANDSCAPES PROGRAMME – Forest

WWF-Malaysia supports the implementation of the national and state policies through our Sabah Landscapes Programme (SLP), which has three pillars: Protect, Produce and Restore. SLP aims to support the achievement under of the sustainable development goals by integrating the protection of forests, wildlife and rivers with RSPO certified production of palm oil, and restoration of …

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SAVING FORESTS, SAVING OURSELVES – Forest

Borneo conjures up images of adventure on a mysterious island, strange creatures and encounters with diverse people. To conservationists, Borneo is one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots. The ambitious conservation programme, Heart of Borneo that some may have heard of encompasses not just any area in Borneo, but highland forests at the core, or heart, …

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PROTECTED AREAS FOR THRIVING ECOSYSTEMS -Forest

Protected areas are crucial for the conservation of natural habitats, species and genetic diversity. In Malaysia, there is much scope for the establishment of more protected areas and the improvement of existing ones. Historically, protected areas have often been referred to as the cornerstone of biodiversity.

CONSERVING FRESHWATER HABITATS – Freshwater

Important freshwater habitats in the country are the highland forests and wetlands (both forested wetlands and water bodies such as rivers and lakes. Forests in the highlands, often referred to as natural ‘water towers’ because of their water catchment function, help provide us with continuous clean supply of water. They are the source for most …

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EARTH HOUR – Climate

WWF’s landmark movement, Earth Hour, unites millions of people around the world to show their commitment to nature. Protect nature, as it is one of our greatest allies against climate change and is vital for our survival and prosperity.

WHERE WE WORK – Marine

Throughout Malaysia, WWF-Malaysia works with local communities, local and state government agencies, as well as the private sector to improve management of threatened and important ecosystems and species. Get in touch with us Kimberly Chung | kchung@wwf.org.my WWF-Malaysia (Headquarters): 1, Jln PJS 5/28 A, Pusat Dagangan Petaling Jaya Selatan, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Tel: 03-7450 …

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