Waste Not, Want Not

Water Watch Penang (WWP) is a non-profit organisation founded in 1997 as part of the Sustainable Penang Initiative with the support of the Socio-economic & Environmental Research Institute (SERI) of Penang. The Sustainable Penang Initiative promotes the message of sustainable development and for the government and community to work together. The ultimate objective of WWP is to create a “Water Saving Society” in the country. Aim To promote study, awareness, knowledge, conservation, prot...

Environmental Protection Society of Malaysia

About EPSM In 1974, a group of concerned individuals set up the Environmental Protection Society Malaysia (EPSM). It became the first environmental organization in Malaysia focusing on the adverse impacts of human activities on the environment. The objectives of EPSM are: To prevent the deterioration of our environment as a result of human activities; To control activities that contribute towards the deterioration of our environment; To initiate measures for the improvement of our envir...

Reef Check Malaysia

About RCM Reef Check was established in the USA in 1996 to raise awareness on the importance of, and threats to, coral reefs. The local chapter, Reef Check Malaysia (RCM), was registered as a non-profit organisation in 2007 to engage with the local community as well as protect, restore and revive coral reefs in Malaysia. RCM partners with a global network of trained and certified EcoDiver volunteers to conduct annual Reef Check surveys to assess the health of reefs around the islands of Malaysi...

Global Environment Centre

The Global Environment Centre was established in 1998 to work on environmental issues of global importance. The Centre is registered in Malaysia as a non-profit organisation (Reg. no. 473058-T) but works regionally and internationally both directly and through many partners. It supports information exchange and capacity building as well as undertakes strategic projects particularly in developing countries. (more…)

Animal Projects And Environmental Education (Ape)

APE projects are run on the basis that they can never do enough for the future of endangered animals. Therefore as long as the animals remain on the IUCN Red List, the APE team will soldier on! They see the projects as a colossal team project spanning countries and generations. The work put in today by Ms Australian Accountant and Mr Malaysian Student will be developed and enhanced by Mr Polish Restaurant Owner and Mr UK Policeman a few months later. Even more will be carried out by Ms Bra...