EcoKnights was recently awarded for their social innovation in the sphere of community development and social impact at the Malaysia Business Awards 2017 organized by the Kuala Lumpur Malay Chamber of Commerce.
The Minister of the Ministry of the Natural Resources and Environment recently announced that he will hold discussions with the Ministry of Education, and Ministry of Higher Education, to introduce Environmental Education as a new subject in the formal education system. What do advocate NGOs like EcoKnights say? Catch a podcast of this interview recorded from Traxx FM here.
EcoKnights Helped Plant Fruit Trees at the Sungai Bunus Environmental Program along with the US Navy and Marines, and Tunku Abdul Rahman University College Students in Conjunction with the World Water Day (March 22nd) Celebrations