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The Malaysian Nature Society has been contributing towards the protection of Malaysia’s natural heritage since 1940. Being a membership-based organization, we have been the reason...
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Be part of this project to be a voice to the world that hornbills are prized assets for future generations.
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JustLife Group Sdn Bhd supports MNS for the Wetlands Wanderer project
The project is to further develop an interpretive trail and habitat gardens, greening the building, upgrading the exhibits and getting more communities to use the MNS Sepang EIC.  
KSNP for Ramsar - Developing a CEPA Outreach Programme for MNS members and local communities
Kuala Selangor Nature Park (KSNP) will function as a Wetlands Education, Resource and Training Centre for Communities to train MNS members and targeted local communities along the coast and interior wetlands of North Central Selangor.  
Project ROOTS with Berjaya Cares Foundation
Project ROOTS or “Revisiting our Original Trees” supported by Berjaya Cares Foundation is a land based project studying the high conservation value areas on Tioman island before meaningful management information and recommendations can be produced to safeguard these areas.  
Projects: Restore Our Awesome Reefs (ROAR) with Berjaya Cares Foundation
An intergrated coral rehabilitation project to help restore Tioman Island's coral reefs.  

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  Beach development will drive tourists away from Sabah - The Rakyat Post, 30th January 2015
The planned RM1.5 billion development of Tanjung Aru beach under the Tanjung Aru Eco-Development (TAED) plan will drive away tourists
  Tanjung Aru Eco Development Unnecessary
MNS believes that the proposed plan that includes 299 hectares and 180 hectares of sea reclamation is by all means unnecessary and affront to the idea of sustainable development.  
  Vale Eco Centre - Promoting environmental education and conservation
The Centre, which now forms part of the 715-acre Teluk Rubiah forest preserved by Vale out of its 1,196-acre of land, is one of the main environmental conservation centres in the Manjung District  
  Call for Applications: 2015 CLP Conservation Team Awards
Applications for the 2015 Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) Conservation Team Awards are now open!  
  Merdeka Award Grant for International Attachment
Application for the grant is now open until 31st January!  
  Time to fight the timber thieves - The Star, 23rd January 2015
It’s a sad reality that while some people are selfishly using Sarawak’s timber as a means of lining their pockets, few are giving the environment a second thought.  

    Paddle for Nature
Date: 9 Sep 2014 - 21 Feb 2015  
    An Introduction to Coastal Waterbirds and Wetlands
Date: 31 Oct 2014 - 1 Feb 2015  
    Lightbulb and E-Waste Collection and Recycling Programme and Awareness Talk
Date: 7 Feb 2015  


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