Posts Tagged ‘Environmental Conservation’


Canoeing the Baram River

Canoeing the Baram River

Does the thought of canoeing down a mighty river ever catch your fancy? Ever wanted to try out a new type of outdoor activity, but never seem to be able to find the time for it? Well, if you are currently looking for something new to try or just a different way of spending your vacation, then do make a date with the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) towards the end of September 2011. MNS will be organising a trip to the historic Baram Regatta and the Baram, which is Malaysia’s second longest river in Sarawak.

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Just A Dream – The Green Play

Just A Dream – The Green Play

Environmentally friendly issues, which are known as Green issues, are gaining popularity in Malaysia. While there may be a lot of skeptics in America about global warming and human impact on the environment, Malaysians in general do believe that we humans have a responsibility to the environment that we live in. As such, there are now a number of green policies that are pursued not only on a national level but also at grassroots level, including no plastic bags days and an emphasis on reduce, reuse and recycle. Educating the younger generation of course, remains a vital key in ensuring that whatever changes that are made will continue to be built on and expanded in the future.

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