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  Don't give approval for highway to pass FRIM - Letter to Editor, The Star,7th March

7-03-2014
KUDOS to Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) and the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM) for standing-up to the developers who plan to construct a highway through the FRIM campus.
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  MNS Anjur 'Raptor Watch 2014' Di Tanjung Tuan Hujung Minggu Ini

7-03-2014
Raptor Watch coverage on BERNAMA Online. NOTE: There's an error in the article title where it mentions MNS as MSN.
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  MNS fully behind FRIM against plan - The Star, 6th March 2014

6-03-2014
Malaysia’s image will suffer internationally if a proposal to build an ele­vated highway within the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM) area materialises, Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) president Prof Dr Maketab Mohamad said.
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Photo credit: Wikipedia   Developer can be hauled to court for ignoring stop-work order, says KL mayor - The Star, 5 March

5-03-2014
COURT action awaits the developer who defied Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s (DBKL) stop-work order and continued with illegal clearing and earthwork at a hill in Mont Kiara bordering the Kiara Forest Reserve.
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  ‘Better jams than no water’ - The Star, 5th March 2014

5-03-2014
The Government must review the need for the Kuala Lumpur Outer Ring Road (KLORR) project, as the Selangor State Park (SSP) – which it cuts through – contains vital water catchment areas, said environmental groups.
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Photo credit: www.123rf.com   Review 1983 gazette of mangrove forests, NGO tells Sabah - The Star, 2nd March 2014

3-03-2014
he Sabah state government has been urged to review the 1983 decision to gazette a huge area of mangrove forest in Pitas, Sabah, for aquacultural development.
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Photo credit: SunPix   Rare seagrass under threat - The SunDaily, 2nd March 2014

2-03-2014
A rare seagrass, found only in Middle Bank in Penang and Johor, is under threat here from proposed reclamation project.
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Photo credit: Dr. Lee Grismer   Rock gecko faces down Singapore cement company

28-02-2014
A Singapore cement company, ASN Pte Ltd. aimed to quarry the region’s limestone wealth, known as karsts, for making cement, decimating the species-rich environment and the only known home of the tiny rock geckos and other animals. But La Sierra University biologist, Lee Grismer, working along with the Malaysian Nature Society took action to thwart the company’s plans
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