Here’s wishing all our subscribers and readers a fruitful month ahead. We have several fun programs lined up from the Knights of Nature Sustainability Camp to the southern activation of our flagship program, MBIP Garbage to Garden (G2G). We are also in the midst of working on several initiatives under the River of Life (ROL) national program, in which we provide community-based interventions to support the structural approach of ROL to revive rehabilitate and reconnect rivers in the city centre.
In conjunction with World River’s Day on 29th September 2018, EcoKnights, along with Local Agenda 21 and DBKL, all part of the Sungai Bunus Action Group will be working together to raise awareness amongst the participants and public on issues related to river pollution through the River of Life (Sungai Bunus Restoration Project).
Tahukah anda dengan trend penggunaan plastik yang meningkat di seluruh dunia tidak lama lagi akan ada lebih banyak sisa plastik di dalam laut berbanding ikan pada tahun 2050. Cabaran kini adalah bagaimana menjadikan amalan hijau sebahagian daripada kehidupan seharian demi masa depan lebih lestari.
This year, in collaboration with the Selangor State government, EcoKnights is organizing a campaign called ‘Garbage to Garden (G2G)’ that acts as a platform to educate the public about backyard composting food waste and raise awareness about how we can put food waste to a good use.
Hampir 500 peserta menjayakan program berjalan santai di Sungai Bunus (Bunus FW4R 2018) yang dianjurkan oleh Jawatankuasa Komuniti Sungai Bunus di Taman Rekreasi Kolam Tebatan Banjir Sungai Bunus, di sini, hari ini.
We find out more about the efforts that went into the rehabilitation and conservation of this 9km long river that meets Sungai Klang at Kampung Baru and discuss how better river governance and management can make Sungai Bunus into a public green and recreational space.
Role of Schools, Parents and Local Councils in Making Sure Straws are Banned. A recent television interview with our president, Yasmin Rasyid, on the government's recent ban on straws in KL, Labuan and Putrajaya
On 8th of September 2018, 15 volunteers from Starbucks Malaysia spent their morning with 5 residents from Taman Ikan Emas for community workshop and community garden maintenance under the Starbucks Green Outreach Programme.
In conjunction with the upcoming International World Rivers Day 2018 celebration, the Sungai Bunus Action Group, a community volunteer-based group, a partner of the Kuala Lumpur City Council (DBKL) Local Agenda 21 (LA21KL), will be organizing the inaugural Bunus Fun Walk 4 River on Sunday, September 29th. from 7.00 a.m.…