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It’s one of the craziest times in the office now as we gear up for the 10th Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival. In its 10th year, the EcoKnights team has come a long way to bringing this non-profit environmental film festival to Malaysians. Make sure you check out what’s in store at www.kleff.my and bring your loved ones and friends to enjoy the ultimate green screen experience.
In the last month, we have been active in our community-based river rehabilitation efforts for both Sungai Bunus and Sungai Kerayong. A range of community engagement programs will be organized in the next few months. If you’re looking to be part of an urban river restoration effort, come talk to us. We have two river basins that are devoid of riverbank vegetation in which your organization, company, or even school club, can start making a difference by repopulating the vegetation there. Taking action is the most important part of our environmental movement, so don’t wait.
Lastly, tune into our social media platforms on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter and stay abreast with the latest information on our programs and activities, and how you can play a role in it.
Have a wonderful Merdeka celebration and Selamat Hari Merdeka!
Academy Science Malaysia 25th Idea Exchange: Stingless Bee-Keeping
On the 25th July, EcoKnights attended the 25th Idea Exchange organized by Academy Science Malaysia (ASM). The Idea Exchange featured two special guests, fellow academicians Dr Tim Heard from Australian and Dr Cristiano Menezes from Brazil to speak on bee-keeping.
EcoKnights expands its efforts through the Establishment of EcoKnights Johor
EcoKnights Johor – the Johor branch of EcoKnights made its debut during WWF Malaysia BB4SCP 2.0 Fair, from 4th – 5th August. Held at Mall of Medini, Iskandar Putri Johor, the fair was an opportunity for EK-Johor to promote some of their efforts in community efforts in river clean-up programs and education and awareness efforts in schools in Johor.
EcoKnights and United International Pictures Malaysia to Host a Kick-off KLEFF Screening of “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power”
The 10th Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival, and EcoKnights, in collaboration with United International Pictures Malaysia, will be hosting a special KLEFF kick-off screening of the latest Al Gore documentary, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power”.
The screening will take place in TGV Cinema’s Hall 2, a cinema located on Level 3 of the 1 Utama Shopping Centre on the 23rd of August. Although the screening is free, seats are limited and registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Parking and food will not be provided.
EcoKnights Raised Basic Concerns on the Construction of the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL)
On the 3rd August, EcoKnights was invited to a briefing by Malaysian Rail Link Sdn Bhd (MRL) on the construction of the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL). The ECRL is currently progressing to initiate its construction of the 532.3 km long railway link. Check out more on the opinions raised by NGOs who attended the briefing as well as to download the ECRL documents prepared by Malaysian Rail Link Sdn Bhd.
7 Green Innovations That Are Changing the World
It’s no secret that we need to make significant changes if we’re going to preserve our planet. As humans make more of an impact on the earth, the planet is changing in significant, alarming ways. As the population continues to grow and the earth continues to experience the effects, it’s essential that scientists, environmentalists, and companies work together to devise solutions.
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