ENVIRONMENT

  • Planting 5000 Mangrove Saplings

    Planting 5000 Mangrove Saplings

    The Friends of Kuala Gula Mangrove or known as Sahabat Hutan Bakau Kuala Gula (SHBKG) commemorated its 10th anniversary by plantin...read more

  • Saving Perak's Forests

    Saving Perak's Forests

    The once pristine and “impregnable” tropical jungles of Perak are slowly but surely dwindling in size and numbers. These wooded areas, stretching from Belum in the nort...read more

  • Ipoh's First Environmental Race

    Ipoh's First Environmental Race

    In conjunction with World Environment Day, Ipoh had its first ever environmental race called, ‘Race for a Better Planet&rsqu...read more

  • Forum on Plastics

    Forum On Plastics

    A public forum titled, "The Impact of Plastics on the Sustainability of Environment: Should Plastics be Banned?" jointly organised by Ipoh City Watch (ICW) and Malaysian Plastics M...read more

  • For A Better Tomorrow

    For A Better Tomorrow

    Over the years many have witnessed changes happening in Pulau Pangkor. What used to be one of the beautiful islands in Malaysia is currently on the verge of losing its tourists. It...read more

  • Hungary to Ipoh

    Hungary To Ipoh

      In its 17th year, the first talk of the series was held for the first time ever at the Perak Academy premise in Jalan Tun Sambantan Ipoh on Tuesday, December 1.   Th...read more

  • Vale Eco-Centre

    Vale Eco-Centre

    Launched on Saturday, October 31, the Vale Eco-Centre is the Brazilian company’s corporate social responsibility initiative to instil awareness in the public, especially the ...read more

  • A Closer Look at Tambun Rock Art – Part 1

    A Closer Look At Tambun Rock Art – Part 1

    Gua Tambun, a shelter that contains the earliest evidence of human occupation in Tambun, Ipoh dating back to as early as approxima...read more

  • Interpreting Tambun Rock Art: A Local Dialogue

    Interpreting Tambun Rock Art: A Local Dialogue

    The stunning red-paintings of Tambun, which is better known as Tambun Rock Art, is given due care and attention lately, following ...read more

  • Sabah Quake: Who is at “fault”?

    Sabah Quake: Who Is At “fault”?

    Since 1960, more than 50 earthquakes have occurred in and around Sabah according to United States Geological Survey (USGS) quake d...read more

  • Sunway Celebrates World Environment Day

    Sunway Celebrates World Environment Day

    In conjunction with World Environment Day 2015, Sunway City Ipoh collected recyclable materials and gave out free eco cotton bags ...read more

  • The Haven Launches Investigation

    The Haven Launches Investigation

    The Permai Lake View Apartment and The Haven Lakeside Residences investigated the cause of the browning of the water in the lake w...read more

  • The Buck Must Stop Somewhere

    The Buck Must Stop Somewhere

    The irresponsible attitude of certain parties in dumping rubbish into a lake in Taman Klebang Bayu is becoming worrisome. It is one of the primary causes of flooding in the Klebang...read more

  • Objections to Rezoning Exercise

    Objections To Rezoning Exercise

    Residents and owners of Permai Lake View Apartments and The Haven Lakeside Residences have submitted 800 objections, on prescribed...read more

  • Enhancing the Environment

    Enhancing The Environment

    X-Camp Sunway City, with the collaboration of Environment Online, organised a Planting Parade recently to celebrate Earth Day which falls on April 22 every year. Eighty students f...read more

  • Caves of the Kinta Valley

    Caves Of The Kinta Valley

    Cover Story By Nantini Krishnan, Ili Aqilah & Tan Mei Kuan Pictures by Rosli Mansor   The Kinta Valley is renowned for its Karst formations, which according to the Ma...read more

  • Wake Up Call on Climate Reality Malaysia

    Wake Up Call On Climate Reality Malaysia

    Has it ever occurred to you that Malaysia has the highest rate of deforestation in the world? Or have you any idea that the world&...read more

  • The Challenges of Botany

    The Challenges Of Botany

    Self-taught amateur botanist, the distinguished Datuk Seri Lim Chong Keat, gave a compelling talk on the challenges of botany and its conservation in Malaysia, with special referen...read more

  • Are You Sure It's Organic?

    Are You Sure It's Organic?

    We’re all familiar with this supermarket scene of glistening red tomatoes, thick smooth-skinned carrots, big blooming cabbages with nary a mark on them, huge bunches of perfe...read more

  • Preserving the Mangrove Swamps

    Preserving The Mangrove Swamps

    Following the success of the Matang Mangrove Forest management programme, a logo was designed to mark its 100th anniversary. Dato’ Professor Dr Abd. Rahman bin Abd. Rahim, D...read more

  • Water Carnival a Huge Success

    Water Carnival A Huge Success

    Over 2000 people enjoyed a fun-filled day at the Working Actively Through Education and Rehabilitation (W.A.T.E.R) Project’s fourth river carnival in Ipoh recently. Themed &l...read more

  • Kanthan Hillin Perspective

    Kanthan Hillin Perspective

    Kinta Valley’s limestone hills are a major attraction and also an economic contributor for the state of Perak. The hills and caves also support a number of animal, insect and...read more