MNS Tapir Talks 8.0: Communities and Urban Forest

We’re pleased to bring you the first MNS Tapir Talks Public Forum Series session for 2021, themed “Communities and Urban Forest“, during the celebration of Urban Forest Day in conjunction with Federal Territories Day. MNS Urban Community Forest Network at Bukit Persekutuan will be bringing together urban communities who are passionately conserving and managing the remaining […]

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Heart of Borneo (HoB) Initiative Training Workshop

We are pleased to bring you our first Forest Governance Zonal Workshop for 2021, focusing on the Heart of Borneo (HoB) initiative, one of the target areas under the MY forest project. HoB is a government-led and NGO-supported programme initiated in 2007 by the governments of Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei to conserve the biodiversity of […]

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Life On Land: Conservation Efforts in Malaysia

8 out of 10 hornbill species face the threat of local extinction in Malaysia due to forest loss, habitat degradation and poaching.  Malaysian Nature Society is at the forefront of hornbill conservation, working with policymakers and engaging the Orang Aslis (Malaysia’s indigenous people) as Hornbill Guardians. We would like to invite you to join us in this […]

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5th International Conference on Climate Change

We are very excited to inform you that Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) is a Strategic Partner for 5th International Conference on Climate Change which will be held virtually from 18th – 19th February 2021. As the Strategic partner, MNS members will be getting special discount rates and publication opportunities as per table below.   ICCC 2021- Registration fee table […]

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Asian Waterbird Census Workshop 2020 Edition

Waterbirds are importance indicator of wetland’s health. Do you know that, in every January, thousands of volunteers across Asia and Australasia come together to count the waterbirds in wetlands of their country for conservation of the waterbirds? We would like to invite you to join us in this workshop to learn more about Asian Waterbird […]

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Adopt A Tree at Pantai Eco Park

“Adopt a Tree” at Pantai Eco Park: A public campaign by the Malaysian Nature Society and Indah Water Konsortium to rehabilitate Pantai Eco Park The oldest environmental-based NGO in Malaysia, the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) is partnering with the national sewerage company, Indah Water Konsortium (IWK) Sdn Bhd to revitalise the recreational Pantai Eco Park […]

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KSNP Latest Promotion

  Good news awaiting for you. We are pleased to inform that our very first environmental education centre, KUALA SELANGOR NATURE PARK (KSNP) is back on business again after months of closure during MCO/CMCO. It’s that time of the year again, so ring the festivities as the holiday season is here! Haven’t plan your for […]

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Tapir Talks 7.0 – Big Data Sciences and Bioinformatics for Biodiversity and Forest Management.

We’re pleased to bring you the final session of the MNS Tapir Talks Public Forum Series ONLINE for 2020, with Tapir Talks 7.0 happening on Wednesday 9 December 2020, 10am-12pm. You are cordially invited to join in this free session, themed “Big Data Sciences, Bioinformatics and Future Biodiversity”, moderated by MNS President Prof. Dr. Ahmad […]

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Gibbon Sighting – Help Needed

WE NEED YOUR HELP Small apes are charismatic megafauna and play a crucial role in maintaining Malaysian forests through their ecological role as keystone seed dispersers. The IUCN lists all five Malaysian species with pictures attached below (Peninsular Malaysia: siamang, lar gibbon and agile gibbon; Sabah and Sarawak: northern gray gibbon and Abbott’s gray gibbon) […]

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Virtual Asian Waterbird Census (AWC) Malaysia Seminar

The Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) is organizing the first Virtual Asian Waterbird Census (AWC) Malaysia Seminar on 21st November 2020 (Saturday) 2 – 5 pm. The main objectives of this seminar are to share the results of the census from each state; to discuss the challenges, opportunities, as well as the way forward for conducting […]

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MY Garden Birdwatch (MYGB) 2020 Report

This year, MY Garden Birdwatch (MYGB) took place on 6th & 7th June 2020 and the results we have a total of 89 bird species recorded, 157 sites covered, and 3848 individual birds counted. Without surprise, this year it is still Eurasian Tree Sparrow that dominates among all the garden birds recorded, and the top […]

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Science for Climate Action seminar series

Science for Climate Action seminar series on Health Security, Water security and Climate Change will take place on 11 November 2020. In this session we will aim to discuss on the impact of Climate Change on water resources, and projected risk of water scarcity and reduction in surface water and groundwater resources, and discuss the […]

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Tapir Talks 6.0 – KL Structure Plan 2040 and the importance of green lungs

We’re pleased to announce the continuation of the Tapir Talks public forum series ONLINE, with Tapir Talks 6.0 happening on Wednesday 11 November 2020, 10am-12pm. You are cordially invited to join in this free session, themed “KL Structure Plan 2040 and the importance of green lungs”, moderated by MNS President Prof. Dr. Ahmad Ismail, with […]

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Donate your CIMB Bonus Points by supporting their Sustainability Initiative

Your bonus point can help us to plant more trees 🌱 Let the GREEN be SEEN Donate your CIMB Bonus Points by supporting their Sustainability Initiative that is meant to provide financial assistance to organizations working for the environment ❤️. The objective of this initiative is to create a platform for CIMB customers to donate […]

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MNS-BCC Important Bird & Biodiversity Area (IBA) Workshop II

We’re pleased to announce the return of the MNS-BCC Important Bird and Biodiversity Area (IBA) Workshop II happening ONLINE on Saturday 7th November 2020, 9am – 1pm. It’s free and open to MNS members only!!! This workshop is building up from the 1st IBA Workshop held on 7 & 8 March 2019 in Port Dickson, […]

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Malaysian Nature Society at Virtual IGEM 2020!

  Come and show your support to the Malaysian Nature Society at Virtual IGEM 2020! You’re invited to come say hi to us at the booth, and win a prize in the daily quiz, a tree-planting package for 2 worth RM300! Also, listen to our webinar on Biodiversity Imperative for Business, with BirdLife International, and […]

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The Science Film Festival 2020

The Science Film Festival is a celebration of science communication in 30 countries around the globe marking its 10th anniversary in Malaysia. In cooperation with Malaysian partners, including the Malaysian Nature Society, it promotes science literacy and facilitates awareness of contemporary scientific, technological and environmental issues through international films with accompanying educational activities for all age […]

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Forest Governance Zonal Workshop – Forest certification practices and Timber Legality Assurance System (TLAS) implementation in Malaysia

Dear all, We’re pleased to announce the return of the Forest Governance Zonal Workshop Series, with Forest certification practices and Timber Legality Assurance System (TLAS) implementation in Malaysia happening ONLINE on Wednesday 30 September 2020, 10am – 12pm. The aim of this series is to equip participants with knowledge, understanding and skills to foster better […]

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MNS Nature Talks 1.1 – A Race To Save Our Seagrass

Dear MNS members, We’re pleased to announce the launch of the MNS Nature Talks series, which will feature presentations by experts, academicians, MNS members and nature enthusiasts on an ONLINE platform. The aim of this series is to reach out to youths, non-state actors and the public at large, on a variety of subjects related […]

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Being the voice of the voiceless through comics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inVYMSeHj3s&feature=youtu.be Expanding beyond the norms, #ResponsibleReclamation is an environmental education project with a unique blend of creativity and simplicity into communication of engineering theory and jargons. This project was initiated by Dr. Poovarasi Balan of Monash University Malaysia for one of her teaching courses known as Environmental Impact Assessment and Management, offered for final year […]

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