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  Coastal areas affected by pollution and overfishing - The Star, 9th April 2014

9-04-2014
The solid waste disposal problem in northern Selangor fishing villages is just the tip of the iceberg. According to Malaysian Nature Society president Prof Dr Maketab Mohamed, coastal villages all over the country are dealing with the same issue.
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  Andalkan Keragaman untuk Menarik Wisatawan - Kaltimpost

7-04-2014
Terdapat kesilapan dalam artikel ini mengenai tarikh acara Asian Bird Fair. Tarikh yang betul ialah 29-30 November 2014. Harap maklum.
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Photo credit: www.sosmalaysia.org   Protect Ramsar wetland habitats - The Star, 7th April 2014

7-04-2014
Over the years, however, coastal erosion and environmental degradation have had adversely affected the water quality and marine biodiversity in the said sites.
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  Nature society wants Santubong clouded leopards protected at all costs - The Star, 6th April 2014

7-04-2014
The Malaysian Nature Society is calling for an immediate evaluation of Gunung Santubong as home for Sarawak’s largest cat.
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  TRAVEL ART: Natural charm of Port Dickson - NST, 3rd April 2014

4-04-2014
Raptor Watch enabled my family to learn more about the migratory birds and their passage back north to nest. Many nature-oriented organisations also took part to promote birdwatching, educate about poaching and encourage recycling, among others.


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  Welcome to the Birds by BirdLife International

1-04-2014
Read all about the series of events happened in 2013 to raise awareness of the wonder of our migrating birds.
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Photo credit: mStar   Water rationing is not the solution - The Star, 1st April 2014

1-04-2014
Letter to the Editor: Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) Green Living is strongly of the opinion that household water rationing is not the best way to manage a water crisis.
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Photo credit: Andrew Sebastian   More Malaysians say no to ‘FINS’ - The SunDaily, 1st April 2014

1-04-2014
IT is believed that over the last 25 years, nearly 80% of the local shark population has been depleted. Even more alarming is the revelation by a recent report that listed Malaysia as the eighth largest shark catchment country in the world and the fourth for shark fin imports.
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