MY Sinchew.com November 17, 2012 (translated from Guang Ming Daily)
SERI MANJUNG, Perak -- Covering almost 21,000 square kilometres, Perak boasts a multitude of pristine nature reserves, with at least 20 in the districts of Kinta and Seri Manjung alone, making the area the best preserved natural ecosystem anywhere in Peninsular Malaysia. Click to read
Sinar Harian Ogos 13, 2012
KERIAN - Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) membantah cadangan projek pembangunan kompleks akuakultur seluas 320 hektar di Pulau Gula, di sini yang mampu menimbulkan impak secara langsung kepada alam sekitar.
Presidennya, SM Mohamed Idris mendakwa projek itu mampu memusnahkan kawasan semula jadi darat, pinggir pantai dan pesisiran pantai. Click to read
International Rivers Network (IRN) published this guide for dam fighters. This is a practical guide for all to use especially when campaigning against dams and working with communities.
Risalah berkenaan dengan dampak-dampak empangan besar dan kesan kepada alam sekitar.
Brochure about dams and the impacts to the environment.
Risalah ini adalah khas untuk orang asal berkenaan dengan penghapusan hak tanah adat mereka oleh pihak kerajaan.
This brochure was made especially for indigenous communities whose native customary rights have been threatened with extinguishment or have been extinguished.
SAM sent this memorandum to a number of government agencies in Sarawak and in the Peninsular to request for the entire EIA process in Sarawak to be reviewed. This memorandum was sent to the government in 2009.
Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM), a member of Friends of the Earth International in collaboration with Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland, Friends of the Earth Netherlands, Friends of the Earth Europe and Friends of the Earth International released a 70-page long report on the adverse impacts of the expansion of oil palm plantations in Sarawak on Oct 7, 2008.
Malaysian Palm Oil – Green Gold or Green Wash, A commentary on the sustainability claims of Malaysia’s palm oil lobby, with a special focus on the state of Sarawak seeks to question the sustainability claims that have often been made by the Malaysian palm oil lobby.