Tag Archives: #ladanghutan

Mampankah ladang hutan di Semenanjung Malaysia?

Sejak 2007, pembangunan pesat ladang hutan di hutan simpan  telah menjadi salah satu pemacu utama kehilangan hutan di Semenanjung Malaysia. Pembangunan ladang menebas hutan asli dan menanam semula dengan sejenis species pokok cepat tumbuh.

Ladang hutan disebut-sebut sebagai cara lebih berkesan menghasilkan kuantiti besar kayu. Jelas lihat sokongan kuat kerajaan persekutuan dan negeri membangunkan ladang hutan, dengan memberikan pinjaman mudah dan hak guna tanah kepada pengusaha swasta.

Namun, 15 tahun kemudian, apakah hasil pencapaian ladang hutan? Adakah ia menunjukkan tanda-tanda pembangunan mampan? Itulah tumpuan siasatan Macaranga setahun sejak Mac 2021.  Penemuan kami diterbitkan dalam bahasa Inggeris pada Februari 2022 dan kemudian diterjemahkan ke dalam Bahasa Malaysia.

 
 
 

马来半岛的人工林属于永续发展吗?

自2007年,人工林自2007年在马来西亚半岛森林保留区里迅速扩张,跃升为半岛近10年森林流失的最大动力之一。人工林把多元森林清除后以园丘方式翻种单一树种,旨在有效出产大量木材。联邦政府和州政府鼎力支持人工林发展,颁发优惠贷款和土地使用权给与发展商。

然而,15年来,人工林取得了什么结果?又能否算是永续发展呢? 针对这些问题,Macaranga 在 2021年3月开始了一年的调查。我们的调查结果于2022年2月以英文刊登,尔后再翻译成中文。

第一篇:植树出错了

第二篇:森林保留区里的人工林:清除快,成长慢

第三篇:吉兰丹人工林的问题和前景

第四篇:失去森林和身份

Losing Trees and Identities

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Losing Trees and Identities

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Kelantan, Orang Asli struggle to keep their culture alive as forests are turned into plantations. With their natural sources of materials for rites and food destroyed, they suffer spiritually and physically.

Producer/writer: YH Law; Editor: SL Wong

Produced in collaboration with the Rainforest Investigations Network at the Pulitzer Center.

Published: 16 March 2022

(Due to forest loss, the Temiar villagers of Kampung Kaloi, Kelantan, are struggling to find the natural materials needed for traditional rites like sewang. | Pic by YH Law)

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The Problems and Promise of Forest Plantations in Kelantan

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The Problems and Promise of Forest Plantations in Kelantan

A retiring forester needs committed planters and data to solve the many problems of overexpansion in the state.

Producer/writer: YH Law; Editor: SL Wong

Produced in collaboration with the Rainforest Investigations Network at the Pulitzer Center.

Published: 9 March 2022

(Eucalyptus trees are a popular choice in forest plantations worldwide. These were planted in 2019 in the Batu Papan Forest Reserve, Kelantan. | Pic by YH Law)

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Forest Plantations In Reserves: Quick to Cut, Slow to Grow

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Forest Plantations in Reserves: Quick to Cut, Slow to Grow

Forest plantations are touted to turn degraded forests into a sustainable timber supply in Peninsular Malaysia. But our investigations reveal that so far, the plantations have cut lots of forests without any guarantee of harvest dates or yields.

Producer/writer: YH Law; Editor: SL Wong

Produced in collaboration with the Rainforest Investigations Network at the Pulitzer Center.

Published: 2 March 2022

(In Peninsular Malaysia, about 9% of forest reserves have been zoned to be cleared and turned into forest plantations like this one in Kelantan. | Pic by YH Law)

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Tree Farming Gone Wrong

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TREE FARMING GONE WRONG

After clearing wide swaths of forest reserves, forest plantations in Peninsular Malaysia show few signs of economic and environmental sustainability.

Producer/writer: YH Law; Editor: SL Wong

Produced in collaboration with the Rainforest Investigations Network at the Pulitzer Center.

Published: 23 February 2022

(About 9% of forest reserves in Peninsular Malaysia are zoned for forest plantations like this | Pic by YH Law)

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