MAGNIFICENT RIVERS originating from mist-shrouded mountains covered by some of the world's oldest tropical rainforests, stunning coral reefs teeming with marine life and breathtaking unique habitats such as the Klang Gates Quartz Ridge, a world-class geological wonder, are some of the natural landscapes that make Malaysia a treasure trove of natural beauty.
This natural environment that provides for our most basic needs of clean air and water and is the bedrock upon which Malaysia’s socio-economic development is built on, enables us to enjoy a high quality of life. However, our modern lifestyles are applying tremendous pressure on our natural environment and its ability to continue providing these services.
How we act now will determine our future and that of our children. If every one of us takes simple steps to change our individual daily habits, this will grow into a large and concerted effort that will have a tremendous effect in reducing our ecological footprint.
- February 10, 2014
- TrEES “Young Voices for Conservation” Stays Blue - AFFINBANK Continues Sponsorship
Blue is the new green for YV4C 2014. TrEES is pleased to announce that AFFINBANK is back with us for another exciting year of the programme. TrEES is very grateful to AFFINBANK for its ongoing support for the programme.
- November 12, 2013
- Young Voices for Conservation 2013 Closing Ceremony
Young Voices for Conservation 2013 wraps up in style with the Closing Ceremony, a celebration of all the hard work undertaken by all the student teams. The excitement included a mini-carnival, exhibitions, and the prize giving ceremony to announce the winning teams for 2013…
- October 16, 2013
- EKVE Moving Forward Despite Threat to Park & Water
Despite the many flaws, the DEIA for the EKVE was approved by the DOE on 13 April 2013. While the DEIA as approved as Phase 1, with 64 conditions attached, the expressway will still cut through the Ampang catchment forest of Taman Warisan Negeri Selangor …
- August 6, 2013
- Students Reduce Their Ecological Footprints
Thirteen selected student project teams wrap up the implementation of their environment projects at schools. They put in a lot of hard work, and made great strides in reducing our ecological footprint. They should be an inspiration to us all…