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Speaking in Madagascar, Pope says deforestation now a global threat

Experts believe the island has lost about 44 percent of its forest over the past 60 years.

by Reuters
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Europe should congratulate us for our oil palms

LETTER | Our rubber, oil palm and durian trees are just as effective as any jungle tree in absorbing carbon dioxide.

by Looi Hoong Wah
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Sarawak deforestation - ground visits crucial

LETTER | The response from the federal government appears to be limited.

by Meenakshi Raman
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Gov't has 'no intention' of amending constitution to curb deforestation

UPDATED 6PM | Xavier points out that it was previously agreed that land would fall under state purview.

by Wong Kai Hui
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Criticism is against unsustainable palm oil, not palm oil as a whole

The palm oil industry has fallen victim to its own greed and should not vent it out on honest students.

by Shariffa Sabrina Syed Akil
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We need to save our disappearing forests

LETTER | How long are we going to continue looking to our primary forests for revenue?

by Rani Rasiah, PSM
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Make public hearings a must for forest reserve de-gazettements

LETTER |  It is not the lack of laws that is the problem where environmental protection is concerned.

by Shariffa Sabrina Syed Akil
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Sarawak to stop issuing new timber licences – Abang Johari

CM says there will be no more oil palm plantation licences, except for NRC land.

by Bernama
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Pahang Forestry Dep't: Logging not cause of pollution at catchment pond

Dep't director Mohd Hizamri denies allegations that logging contaminated water source for Kampung Kuala Kenau.

by Bernama
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M’sia must keep to its Rio+20 pledge on forest cover

LETTER | Pledge of 50pct forest cover should be included in review of National Forestry Policy.

by SM Mohamed Idris
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Husam: What now after K'tan gov't partner firm lands on BNM watchlist?

Salor lawmaker asks whether the Kelantan government is pretending that all is well or will it take action?

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'K'tan pact on forest degradation not in line with UN conventions'

Wan Junaidi says the pact to reduce emissions from deforestation (REDD) contravenes UN conditions.

by Bernama
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Environmental activist 'puan sri' nabbed by Johor cops

UPDATED 2.07PM | She and an admin officer have been remanded three days.

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Crackdown on Orang Asli blockade, activists arrested

It is believed that 32 people have been arrested so far.

by Zulaikha Zulkifli & Alyaa Alhadjri
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IOI Group’s response to Greenpeace report on deforestation

IOI Group acknowledges the report from Greenpeace and shares a similar top line analysis of the industry challenges related to ensuring compliance by third party suppliers.

by Lee Yeow Chor
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Rampant deforestation in Kedah needs to stop

Despite the Malaysian government's promises to protect our forests and the environment, deforestation is occurring on a destructive scale. As you read this article, forests in the Kedah state are being devoured on a daily basis, and this needs to be stopped.

by Upreshpal Singh, Foto
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