Wildlife Policies

The Government of Malaysia has also been a long-time supporter of wildlife conservation, consistently passing legislation that ensures the protection of critical wildlife. As early as 1976, the Third Malaysia Plan established 15 conservation areas covering over 5,600 km². Conservation efforts have consistently increased since,…

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The Orang-utan

The Sabah and Sarawak State governments have identified a number of forest areas known to contain higher populations of orang-utans as wildlife sanctuaries, national parks or forest preserves. Ulu Segama – Malua Forest Reserve in Sabah, spanning over 0.236 million hectare, has been shown to…

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Economic Contribution

The Malaysian palm oil industry is significant contributor to Malaysia’s overall economy, providing both employment and income from exports. In 2011, the sector was the fourth largest contributor to Malaysia’s economy, accounting for RM 53 billion (USD 16.8 billion) of Malaysia’s Gross National Income (GNI)….

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The Sustainable Oil

Land Use Policy Malaysia observes strict regulations governing expansion of oil palms, with agriculture expansion limited to land zoned for agriculture. 23.95 percent of Malaysia’s land bank is zoned for agriculture development. In contrast, more than 55 percent of Malaysia’s land is identified for permanent…

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