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Wednesday / Apr 29, 2020 /

Go Green Campaign: Maxis x EcoKnights – EPISODE 1 – Tips to be Green during a Lockdown

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As the world celebrates Earth Day at home this year, it is important for us to know that physical distancing does not mean we can’t still come together to do better for the environment. To commemorate this year’s Earth Day, together with Employee Engagement, we would like to introduce some activities that will help us…

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Thursday / Dec 12, 2019 /

Southeast Asia’s rivers under threat

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From rivulets to regionwide river channels, the Southeast Asian region hosts dozens of rivers. The most well-known river in Southeast Asia is the Mekong River – spanning five countries in the region itself. The Mekong, which is also the 12th longest river in the world is a major water source for drinking, fishing and agricultural needs for…

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Friday / Nov 15, 2019 /

KLEFF 2019 Award Ceremony

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KLEFF Award Ceremony was held in Conference Hall 2, KLCC in conjunction with IGEM 2019, in recognition to filmmakers advocating for environment and climate action. The ceremony was attended by filmmakers, KLEFF partners, and media with the list of invited guests as below: Guest of Honour: YB Pn Yeo Bee Yin (Minister of MESTECC) VIPs:…

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Thursday / Nov 07, 2019 /

‘Selangor, a role model for green initiatives’

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SHAH ALAM: The Selangor state government’s move to allocate funds for implementing environmental protection programmes reflects a commitment towards greening the state and tackling the climate crisis. EcoKnights president Yasmin Rashid commended the state government for its “innovative approaches” and commitment to improving the environment and to reducing contribution to global warming. The state’s 2020…

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Wednesday / Jul 24, 2019 /

Operation Save Mother Nature: How 3 Individuals Are Empowering Their Sectors

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Mother Nature is biting back with nasty forms of extreme weather, calamities and threats to our health and resources. This compelled authorities spanning 3 different industries, from education, activism and consultancy, to kick into action. Of late, we’ve been experiencing drastic weather changes in our country, from heavy downpours to unbearable heat waves. Words like... [ read more ]
Thursday / Jul 04, 2019 /

Local NGOs share sustainable strategies to serving the needy

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Five prominent personalities in the Malaysian non-profit sector recently gathered for a roundtable discussion at Menara Star to share their experiences regarding sustainability challenges faced by social organisations.

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Thursday / Jul 04, 2019 /

Operation Save Mother Nature: How 3 Individuals Are Empowering Their Sectors

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Mother Nature is biting back with nasty forms of extreme weather, calamities and threats to our health and resources. This compelled authorities spanning 3 different industries, from education, activism and consultancy, to kick into action.

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Monday / Jun 10, 2019 /

NGOs question Malaysia’s official stand on entry of global waste

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KUALA LUMPUR: The entry of the world’s plastic waste which is polluting parts of Malaysia is a matter of serious concern. Over the past year, 157,299 tonnes of plastic waste was shipped to this country – an increase of 273 per cent compared to the previous year. This year, a number of allegedly illegal plastic…

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Monday / Jun 10, 2019 /

Meet the Innovator Battling Plastic Waste in Malaysia: Yasmin Rasyid

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Marine plastics have put our oceans in danger. By 2050, it is estimated the volume of plastic will be greater than that of fish in the sea. Countries in East Asia and the Pacific contribute the most to marine plastic pollution. For World Oceans Day 2019, we are shining a spotlight on innovators working to stem the tide of marine debris in the epicenter of this crisis.

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