Sahabat Alam Malaysia / Friends of the Earth Malaysia receives many inquiries. To make it easier for you to find the answer to your question please see the options below.
1. Searching saves you time
You can search our website for any information we are working on and download the available documents for your reading.
2. Email us
If you can't find the answer to your question on our website, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're a small team and it may take us a while to get back to you. Thanks in advance for your patience!
3. Call or Fax us your Queries
You can call or fax us Monday - Friday 08:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. if you have an urgent inquiry related to the environment or indigenous peoples or to lend support to our campaigns.
Penang: Tel: +6 04 827 6930 Fax: +6 04 827 6932
Marudi, Sarawak: Tel & Fax: +6 085 756 973
4. Contacting other Friends of the Earth International groups
The Friends of the Earth International federation includes member groups in 76 countries around the world. Please find the group nearest to you at http://www.foei.org/en/who-we-are.
5. Our postal addresses
You are welcome to send us a letter, but do consider saving paper and emailing us instead. It may take us longer to respond to a letter than an email. You could also pay us a visit at either of the following addresses. But do make an appointment first.
Sahabat Alam Malaysia (Headquarters)
No. 1, Jalan Joki, 11400 Penang,
Tel: +604 827 6930
Fax: +604 827 6932
Sahabat Alam Malaysia (Marudi Office)
129A, First Floor,
Jalan Tuanku Taha,
98058 Marudi, Baram, Sarawak, Malaysia
Tel & Fax: +6 085 758 973
6. Volunteer / Internship / Donate
If you would like to volunteer or do an internship with us, please email us for details. From time to time, there would be campaigns and activities where we may require assistance, we would be very happy if you could spare some time with us.
If you would like to make a donation to help us continue our work, please see our Donate page for details. We welcome any amount.
Malaysiakini October 07, 2013
Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) is extremely appalled to learn of the suffering of neglected zoo animals at the Mines Wonderland, which followed after the closure of the Mines theme park. Click to read
FMT Letter August 30, 2013 (SAM's letter to FMT)
The scarred hill of Bukit Relau serves as a reminder to Penangites on how a developer can escape by paying a puny fine of RM30,000 despite causing environmental destruction. Click to read
Malay Mail Online August 02, 2013
GEORGE TOWN, Aug 2 — Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) or Friends of the Earth Malaysia today expressed regret at the decision of the Perak government to cultivate oil palm in the Bikam forest reserve. Click to read
Sarawak Tribune May 31, 2013
The Consumers' Association of Penang urged the federal government to withdraw itself from the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement. Click to read
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.