Journalism

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How much forest loss is too much? And are the drivers of this loss the same as in the past? Forest Files is a series that examines the dynamics and mechanics of forest-use changes in Malaysia. Our four-part In-Depth series focuses on Peninsular Malaysia, where more forests were lost in the last 30 years than in East Malaysia.

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Scientists make new findings, not necessarily all good, in the iconic Batu Caves, confirming its status as a natural treasure.

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Planners are drafting a new plan for Fraser’s Hill, an environmentally sensitive area. How should development proceed there?

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Malaysian conservationists share their concerns and what they wish to see in Budget 2021.

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The bulldozing of millions of rainforest trees in a private plantation has raised the profile of the value of gene banks for conservation.

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Lynas Malaysia has located a site in Pahang to build a permanent disposal facility for its radioactive waste. But what is a permanent disposal facility?

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The first ever legal action taken by the Malaysian federal government on behalf of Orang Asli regarding land rights is crucial pursuit of environmental justice.

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Macaranga unpacks the three conditions attached to Lynas Malaysia's 6-month operating license renewal.

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The dubious means by which tarantulas end up in scientists’ hands is cause for alarm.

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What is Malaysia's new government doing in terms of reform in conservation policy and laws?

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