Members of Residents' Association from around Marudi with their demands
Press Statement 13 October 2017
On October 13 and 14, Friends of the Earth International (FOEI) member groups across six continents are mobilising to highlight the climate emergency, fight dirty energy and false solutions in order to call for a people-led transformation of our energy system. These actions are part of our Reclaim Power Campaign 2017. Climate change and the global energy crisis threaten the lives and livelihoods of billions of people worldwide. FOEI and its members believe that the drivers of these issues are unsustainable economic and development models based on fossil fuels and other destructive energy sources and the concentration of power over energy goods and services in the hands of the wealthy few.Read more
Buku ini telah diterbitkan oleh SAM, TWN dan CAP dalam tahun 2012. Ia masih relevan sehingga ke hari ini kerana kerajaan Malaysia masih berpegang teguh dengan hasrat mereka untuk membina loji tenaga nuklear di Malaysia. Di sini anda boleh baca 7 alasan kukuh kenapa tenaga nuklear tidak boleh diguna pakai. Sila muat turun sesalinan buku ini di sini dan berkongsilah dengan rakan-rakan dan ahi keluarga anda. Sila tandatangan petisyen yang disediakan oleh Malaysian Coalition Against Nuclear (MyCAN) di sini untuk membantah pembinaan loji nuklear di Malaysia.
This 2012 Booklet published by SAM, TWN and CAP continue to remain relevant in light of the government's proposal to go down the nuclear path. One only needs to show 7 powerful reasons why nuclear power will never work. Download here for a copy of this booklet now and share it with your friends and family. Oppose nuclear power. Sign Malaysian Coalition's Against Nuclear's (MyCAN) petition against nuclear power plants in Malaysia here.
SAM together with other NGOs had recently called for the immediate action against the encroachment and illegal clearing of land at Bukit Merah Lake Reserve in the district of Kerian, Perak. This was picked up by Astro Awani's Bahasa Malaysia news programme, Buletin Awani. Click to watch
The Star May 27, 2016
GEORGE TOWN: Opposition leaders and NGOs who are vocal critics of the state government have been made members of the Penang Transport Council. Click to read
Rainforest Action Network April 26, 2016
Jakarta, Indonesia - A broad international coalition of over 70 civil society organizations, including Transformasi untuk Keadilan Indonesia (TuK INDONESIA), Walhi (Friends of the Earth Indonesia), Rainforest Action Network and the Sierra Club is calling on financial regulators in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, China, Europe and the United States to apply emergency sanctions on major commercial banks, in an effort to cut funding from companies identified as causing the forest fire crisis that annually chokes much of Southeast Asia. A joint letter will be sent to over 50 international organizations, including to some of the world’s top bank CEOs and financial services regulators. Click to read
The Star April 15, 2016
TWO non-governmental organisations have urged the Sarawak government to end peatland destructions that are taking place rampantly there.
Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) and Friends of the Orangutans (Foto) said large-scale development and cultivation of peatlands were damaging tropical peat swamp forest resources and its natural functions. Click to read
New Straits Times April 12, 2016
GEORGE TOWN: Two civil societies have called on the Sarawak government to stop further turning peatland into oil palm plantations. Sahabat Alam Malaysia vice-president Mohideen Abdul Kader claimed large-scale development had damaged large tracts of swamp forest resources. Click to read