Resources

Case study

Sustaining mangroves with communities in Sedili Kecil, Johor, Malaysia

In Sedili Kecil, Johor, Malaysia, we aim to raise awareness on the importance of the conservation of mangrove forests among local communities. We also encourage their involvement in rehabilitating mangroves and strengthening their capacity to implement techniques for sustainable use and monitor the mangroves.

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Brunei Peat Swamp Forest Biodiversity Assessment

The rarely visited country of Brunei Darussalam is a green gem on the rapidly deforesting island of Borneo. Much of Brunei is still covered in peat swamp or mangrove forest, which is in stark contrast to the situation in other countries within the region. These forests are rich with species of plants and animals, but face threats due to development, peat drainage and fires.

Case study

Royal Selangor Golf Club Constructed Wetlands

The Royal Selangor Golf Club (RSGC) is a large area of greenery in the middle of an urban environment. The total area is about 122 […]

Publication

Biodiversity Of The Sedili Kechil Wetlands

A guidebook on rich and diverse biodiversity at Sedili Kechil, Johor

Publication

A quick scan of peatlands in Malaysia

Malaysia, comprising the regions of Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak supports some of the most extensive tropical peatlands in the world.

Denial continues over long-term impacts of peatland drainage in Southeast Asia

In August the 15th International Peat Congress was held in Malaysia in order to provide a platform for researchers and practitioners to congregate, share information […]

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Guidebook to the Biodiversity of Linting wetlands

This guidebook talks about the biodiversity of the Linting wetlands.

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Q and A To Constructed Wetlands

The Q&A publication on Constructed Wetlands aims to increase the understanding of constructed wetlands and how they function.

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Mangrove Guidebook for Malaysia

Mangrove Guide Book designed as an easy and practical field guide for those interested in mangroves.

Case study

Enhancing forest-related ecotourism for the Semelai in Tasek Bera, Malaysia

This project aims to stimulate ecotourism activities by the Association of Indigenous Semelai people in the Tasek Bera wetlands by training guides, supporting the development of ecotourism packages and implementing a marketing strategy.