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Sustainable Management of Peatland Forests in South East Asia (APFP & SEApeat Project): These two projects are currently being implemented to support the implementation of regional and national strategies for sustainable management of peatlands forests in Southeast Asia and the incorporation of peatland management into policies and plans related to forest and land-related resources to mainstream peatland forests. Learn more about the project at
W.A.T.E.R Project: W.A.T.E.R is a pioneer initiative to educate the public about the importance of water and why and how we should conserve and protect its source: our rivers. Learn more about the Project at
River of Life Public Outreach Programme: ROL-POP is a programme to foster partnerships and to improve attitudes and behaviours of target groups to reduce pollution in the Klang River, Malaysia. Visit the site at
GEF-CSO: Formally known as GEF-NGO,  the Network is made up of GEF-accredited organizations whose work in environment and sustainable development is aligned with the GEF mandate. Learn more about the Network at


Media Release: Haze Returns to Malaysia Skies - Lets Work Togerther to Stop It

Petaling Jaya, 25th August 2015: Hazy skies are back in Malaysia, no thanks to burning peatlands in Sumatra and Borneo islands. A total of four separate smoke clouds have formed in Indonesia and are moving towards Malaysia according to the ASEAN Specialised Meteorological Centre (ASMC) website (see image below). Smoke from peatland fires in central and southern Sumatra has now reached the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia with API deteriorating to moderate levels while smoke from fires in Kalimantan have contributed to poor air quality in Sarawak. Read more

Malaysia launches plan to transform Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia has launched an ambitious project to transform its capital into one of the most livable cities in the world.

As part of our special series to mark World Water Week - Karishma Vyas takes us to the waterways of Kuala Lumpur, long used as dumping grounds for waste.


Climate change to cost asia billions: Expert

Aug 4, 2015 (Kuala Lumpur) -- Faizal Parish, director at Global Environment Center, says there will be significant global impact from U.S. President Barack Obama's latest clean power plan. He also tells Bloomberg TV Malaysia's Sophie Kamaruddin that stakeholders in Asia must recognize the benefits of investing in green industries as well as the massive costs if climate change is ignored.

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03 Sep, 2015 ~ 06 Sep, 2015
PFR Eco Camp

05 Sep, 2015
Tree Planting at North Selangor Peat Swamp Forest (TBC)

13 Sep, 2015
Mangrove Training for Local Community

16 Sep, 2015
International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer Observances
GEC in the News - more...
27 Aug, 2015
Authorities to investigate legality of activities

26 Aug, 2015
Haze Returns to Malaysian Skies - Lets Work Together To Stop It

01 Jul, 2015
The case for and against plastic

27 Jun, 2015
Awakening children's green senses

27 Jun, 2015
Awakening children's green senses