The Star April 26, 2016
SEVERAL groups have submitted a joint memorandum to the state government against the degazettement of forests to make way for the Sungai Besi-Ulu Klang Expressway (Suke) project and Damansara Shah Alam Highway (DASH).
Representatives from Peka Malaysia, Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM), Malaysian Nature Society (MNS), Save Green Lungs, Say No To Suke (SNTS) and Say No To DASH (SNTD) gathered at the lobby of the Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah building in Shah Alam to present the memorandum to Sri Muda assemblyman Suhaimi Shafiei, who is also political secretary to Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Azmin Ali. Click to read
The Star April 23, 2016
GEORGE TOWN: The clearing of land on Penang Hill is far more widespread than previously thought.
While some bald patches can be seen by the naked eye from the road at the bottom of the hill or by photographers using telephoto lenses, an aerial survey showed rampant hill clearings along the hill slope, especially in Paya Terubong. Click to read
Buletin Awani, Astro Awani April 23, 2016
Ribuan ekar tanah paya bakau di Balik Pulau, Pulau Pinang telah dimusnahkan untuk projek ternakan akuakultur. Staf SAM Zul teal diwawancara oleh pemberita Astro Awani berkenaan dengan project tersebut. Klik untuk menonton
Buletin Awani, Astro Awani April 22, 2016
Rakus mengejar untung, nasib nelayan pantai tidak dipedulikan langsung. Hutan paya bakau dibongkang demi mengisi poket pengusaha udang. Puluhan hektar paya bakau di Pulau Pinang dimusnahkan sejak sedekad lalu untuk dikomersialkan sebagai sangkar udang.
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
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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