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Day: June 10, 2021


Freshwater ecosystems supply food, water and energy to billions of people, protect us from droughts and floods, and provide unique habitat for many plants and animals, including one third of all vertebrate species. These ecosystems range from mangroves shielding our coasts against tsunamis and erosion, to inland lakes and rivers teeming with fish, and wetlands that filter and moderate water...
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Call to halt proposed open cast mining of manganese ore in Gua Musang, Kelantan

Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) is firmly opposed to the proposed open cast mining for manganese ore at Aring 6, Mukim Relai, Gua Musang, which will damage 500 acres of land and cause serious water pollution, destroy wildlife habitat and natural environment which must be protected and conserved. We are most concerned that such an opencast/strip mining has been proposed for this project by Nadi KW...
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CAP: Ensure Local Cattle and Buffaloes free from Lumpy Skin Disease

The Consumers Association of Penang calls on the Department of Veterinary Services Malaysia (DVS) to activate a surveillance programme to detect, control and prevent the spread of lumpy skin disease (LSD) nationwide. Recently it was reported that LSD which infects the skin of livestock was detected in a cattle farm in Simpang Pulai. LSD is a zoonotic disease (meaning that it cannot infect...
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