EcoKnights is proud to announce the publication of their 2019 Impact Report – a comprehensive and in-depth record of the impact-driven works that details the programs EcoKnights has delivered in the field of environmental sustainability together with their partners.
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[FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE] Kuala Lumpur, 7th April – Non-governmental environmental organization EcoKnights revamped its website to enhance its online presence and reach a wider audience
Kuala Lumpur, 3rd June – The Green Ramadan Campaign (GRC) by EcoKnights in partnership with River of Life (ROL) Public Outreach Programme: Phase 3A sees a distribution of 2,500 eco-friendly bags and food containers to the Kampong Bharu Bazaar visitors. The campaign was held in the span of 2 weeks from 10th May until 24th May 2019, while River of Life Ambassador, Maya Karin had made an appearance on 31st May to help promote the campaign and encourage the public to reduce plastic waste.
[PRESS RELEASE] EcoKnights Celebrated the International Day for Biological Diversity in conjunction with the Gamuda Parks (GParks) Ranger Initiative through Nature-themed Workshops and Programs
Kuala Lumpur, May 28 – Environmental NGO, EcoKnights, celebrated the International Day for Biological Diversity with Gamuda Land in conjunction with the Gamuda Parks (GParks) Ranger initiative through a series of environment-themed programs. The half-day event took place at Menara Gamuda, PJ Trade Centre yesterday, in collaboration with the Landscape Architecture Design Students (LADS) of UiTM Perak.
KUALA LUMPUR, 24 April 2019 – EcoKnights received NGO Leadership Award during The Golden Globe Tiger Awards 2019 at the Le Meridien Hotel yesterday. The award gives recognition to EcoKnights in shaping the future of the country, involvement in communities, protection of the environment, and effective and sustainable mobilisation of resources in support of programme work.
On 13th October, EcoKnights team and Starbucks staff have visited the Taman Ikan Emas Edible Garden once again for their monthly maintenance with the local residents. The maintenance started with weeding and removal of sick plants, followed by applying used coffee grounds as organic fertilizer provided by Starbucks.