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Entries for June 2006


This comprises four components, including installations of buoys for ship parking, coral reef rehabilitation, an establishment of diving service centers, and an establishment of an exhibition centre...


Green Coast partners have gathered ideas and various projects that cohere with the communities’ needs. Various organizations are considering a resources conservation network that will run on


Besides degrading scenery values and causing pollution, garbage also interrupts sea turtles' egg-laying, during the breeding seasons. The garbage is especially dangerous for the Leatherback turtles t...


This has prevented understanding to be developed among stake holders, particularly in the marine and coastal resources sector which have various stake holders with complex relationships involved. Th...


On World Environment Day, Wetlands International organised a mangrove replanting day in Kuala Gula. A number of restoration efforts have been carried out to re-establish degraded mangrove areas alon...


The Penang Inshore Fishermen and Welfare Association has received a grant from the Green Coast Project to continue its work in mangrove replanting and rehabilitation. The tsunami disaster has given t...

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