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A grave matter

10-04-2007
The Kota Damansara Community Forest Park is in danger of losing its trees; plans are afoot to develop the area for various purposes, including a burial ground. Affected residents question the de-gazetting of the forest and the manner it has been carried out.
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Cities at Risk of Rising Sea Levels

28-03-2007
Global warming is causing sea levels to rise. More than 2/3 of the world's largest cities risk being swamped by flooding and intense storms. That's an estimated 634 million people under threat!
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Hastings Fishermen Pursue Eco-Label Hat Trick

22-03-2007
The Hastings Fleet Dover sole fishery has entered full assessment against the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)[1] standard for sustainable fisheries for its otter trawl, gillnet and remaining static gear fleet. Part of the fishery is already supplying MSC-certified Dover sole caught using trammel nets [2] and it is now applying for the coveted eco-label for Dover sole caught using these other methods[3].

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Belum Temengor Campaign documentary nominated for Wildlife Asia Lion Awards

5-03-2007
MNS' Belum Temengor Campaign documentary "Temengor, Biodiversity in the Face of Danger" by Novista (www.novista.tv) has been nominated for the Wildlife Asia Lion Award.
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Proboscis Odyssey 2006

1-03-2007
Get the latest facts and figures on the population and well-being of the Proboscis monkeys of Sabah from our intrepid researchers who spent many months in the jungles battling pesky mosquitoes while keeping a wary eye on estuarine crocs to bring you this report.


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How will climate change affect us?

12-02-2007
The Sun's Interview with Anthony Sebastian, MNS President on 9 January 2007.
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Orang Utans 'face greater threat'

8-02-2007
It was estimated in 2002 that there were about 60,000 of the primates left in the jungles of Borneo and Sumatra. Some ecologists say the number has now been halved.

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World Wetlands Day, 2nd February 2007

25-01-2007
World Wetlands Day is an annual celebration that falls on the 2nd of February to commemorate the signing of the Convention of Wetlands in 1971. The convention is the only one in the world dedicated to the conservation and protection of a single ecosystem: wetlands.
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