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  MNS against coral export

29-04-2015
The trade of corals should not be condoned and not encouraged as globally, corals are under threat and without a doubt, declining in population.
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  MNS supports Malacca's move to ban polystrene usage

28-04-2015
MNS commends Malacca state government's move to ban the usage of polystrene usage in the state and is ready to assist in creating more awareness.
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  Happy World Tapir Day 2015!

27-04-2015
Native to our region, we celebrate World Tapir Day every year on the 27th of April, to remind ourselves the dangers the Malayan tapir is facing and the very reason why our natural heritage and its biodiversity constantly need protection.
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  Happy Earth Day 2015

22-04-2015
As we celebrate Earth Day 2015, one of the most important day on our environmental calendar, we look back and reflect on the past year’s events.
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  Raptor Watch 2015 - Official Press Release

14-03-2015
We fly with the raptors again and this year we celebrate Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve like never before.
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  Using Interpretation to Teach Environmental Education

16-02-2015
The Faculty of Forestry, Universiti Putra Malaysia in collaboration with the Malaysian Nature Society and the support of the Ministry of Education, Malaysia is publishing a teachers’ guide book on environmental education.
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  Malaysia’s Most Celebrated Environmental NGO Celebrates 75th Year Saving Today for Tomorrow

5-02-2015
The Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) marks its 75th Anniversary today by unveiling its flag at MNS’ headquarters.
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  Tanjung Aru Eco Development Unnecessary

29-01-2015
MNS believes that the proposed plan that includes 299 hectares and 180 hectares of sea reclamation is by all means unnecessary and affront to the idea of sustainable development.
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