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Day: June 1, 2023

Demand and corruption facilitates wildlife smuggling

The Consumer Association of Penang (CAP) welcomes the recent arrests of wildlife poachers and the seizure of wildlife parts worth millions of ringgit. Nonetheless, the sheer quantity of wildlife contraband seized, including those seized en-route to or re-exported from Malaysia, is alarming. Several raids around  the country, complete with wildlife seizures, do not necessarily mean that law...
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CAP’s Agroecological Urban Gardening Project Listed in Transformative Cities ATLAS OF UTOPIAS

Atlas of Utopias, the Transformative Cities compilation of local utopias from all across the globe, has been revised and updated – 40 communities from 34 cities and 23 countries – and CAP’s urban farming and gardening project is listed in it. The Atlas showcases stories from communities around the world involved in transformation of housing, water, food and energy policies and practices....
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