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on 18 Oct, 09:58

Bear Story – Take Your Time to Know About Soo Bear

Bear Story – Take Your Time to Know About Soo Bear

Do you still remember the bear who has a sorrowful face, Soo? Good news, she had just recently finished her quarantine!

During her time in quarantine, she spends more of her time by staying up high. But she does have her favourite enrichment, Aussie Dog Ball. The Aussie dog ball is filled with her favourite food, dog biscuits and honey. Besides that, keepers are trying to introduce her many kinds of enrichment such as live tree branches, happy sacks and much more. But, she seems to like to play at night time where no one is around her. This is the reason we called her The Nocturnal. She is preferably active at night. We saw her improvement within the 30 days quarantine. She appreciates all the foods that we offer and she can be eating so fast.





Read and see more photos of this story at http://www.bsbcc.org.my/bear-talk-blog/take-your-time-to-know-about-soo-bear

#sunbear #bsbcc #savesunbear #rehabilitation #rehab #forest #endangered

on 16 Oct, 16:50

Help free Lasah the elephant in Langkawi

Help free Lasah the elephant in Langkawi

Lasah is a 37 year old wild born elephant who was captured and taken into captivity when he was a baby, separated from his mum and herd, and who has suffered in zoos, tourism and entertainment for over 25 years.

Lasah has been forced to work in a logging camp, lived in zoos including Singapore Zoo, perform in shows including in a popular Malaysian entertainment outlet and used in commercials and the 1999 film Anna and the King.

Eleven years ago, he was sent to the popular Malaysian tourist island, Langkawi and since then has been used by the profit-making Langkawi Elephant Adventures [LEA]. There, Lasah is used for elephant rides and lives all alone, which is devastati for a social animal like elephants. LEA also continues to offer Lasah for other commercial purposes on their website.

In July last year, activists exposed photos of Lasah chained on all four legs behind public eyes during LEA’s closing hours. In March 2017, eight months after the campaign for Lasah started, the Malaysian environment ministry said that Lasah is chained on two feet (when not exploited for tourist money).

Lasah has suffered for too long. This abuse must stop. Click on the link below to know what more you can do to help #FreeLasah.


on 15 Oct, 22:07
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Xiwen Yeoh

Asia Pacific Roundtable on Sustainable Consumption & Production

Asia Pacific Roundtable on Sustainable Consumption & Production
Upcoming Event
24 Oct - 26 Oct
9:00 - 18:00
Melaka International Trade Center

The Asia Pacific Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (APRSCP) is an international, autonomous, non-governmental, non-profit, non-discriminatory organization that is involve in developing and promoting sustainable consumption and production (SCP) in the Asia-Pacific. The APRSCP was established since 1997 (more than 19 years ago) and registered as a non-profit organization in Thailand.

on 15 Oct, 22:00

Forum on Youth Leadership in SDGs

Forum on Youth Leadership in SDGs
Upcoming Event
25 Oct
13:00 - 18:00

Youths are the key in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Achieving the 2030 agenda relies not only on setting goals and targets, but grassroots approach th the voice and needs of youths. Featuring some of the top youth influencers, this forum will enrich the young participants with skills, knowledge and confidence in their abilities to harness a collective potential of Malaysian Youths to reach the SDGs over the next 14 years. Be part of this movement and work towards creating a generation of empowered youths and support sustainable development.

on 15 Oct, 21:58
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Xiwen Yeoh
WWF Malaysia

Shark Hero Conservation Run 2017

Shark Hero Conservation Run 2017
Upcoming Event
18 Nov
16:00 - 21:00
Sunsuria City

A continuation of Malaysia first ever shark theme run Fintastic Fun Run Penang in year 2016, Shark Hero Conservation Run 2017 is now open for registration! Show your support for shark conservation and awareness by participating in this fun run. Great for family and kids with lots of after-run activities and food truck on an exciting weekend !

<Ambassador’s roles and appearance>
1. Press conference – 7 September 2017
2. Promote the run by sharing our event page and your SHark Hero Poster. (PM us for your poster to be send to you)
3. Sign up and participate for the Run – 18 November 2017
(PM us and you’ll be under VIP front line to flag off the run and VIP loungue usage)

<Volunteers needed>
What do you have to do in this event?
1. Shark runner (run in shark suit)
2. Photographer
3. Merchandising adn games booth handler
4. Kids Art and craft assistants
5. Shark Information booth handler
6. Propose your idea of shark related activities and run it with us !

Yes, we care for our volunteer welfare.
Meal & transportation allowance are provided.
RM50 per volunteer

<To join the Run and get limitted edition Shark theme Kit>
PM us for ticket
Ticket Price :
RM75/Adult >13 yo
RM65/Child <13 yo

Are you ready to be part of us?
Drop us a private message Shark Savers Malaysia Now

For more information on the RUN kindly visit sharkherorun2017.com

on 15 Oct, 21:54
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Xiwen Yeoh
Transition TTDI

Community Film Screening – “Tomorrow” documentary

Community Film Screening – “Tomorrow” documentary
Upcoming Event
9 Nov
20:00 - 22:00
Five Arts Center

“Faced with a future deemed by scientists as a great cause for concern where humanity could be threatened by an extinction-level event, the film TOMORROW showcases concrete examples of solutions to environmental and social challenges of the 21st Century, with a pervasive feeling of hope and optimism.

TOMORROW captures initiatives that have proven themselves across the globe, from citywide composting in San Francisco to a town in England that prints its own money, a village in India whose decentralised democracy reflects the residents’ priorities, urban gardening initiatives in Detroit and Todmorden, the renewable energy model and bike schemes in Copenhagen, Iceland’s pioneering response to political breakdown, and so on.

Transition TTDI, a local initiative for resilient and sustainable communities, invites you to a screening of TOMORROW, winner of the 2016 César for Best Documentary, a film to inspire the gathering movement of citizens committed to putting its practical, think-global-act-local solutions into practice.


Thursday, 9th November 2017, 8pm
– Film screening (duration 1 hr 50 mins, limited to 80 people, on a first-come-first-served basis) followed by a 20 minute sharing session on local action and community resilience.

Admittance to the film screening is by donation, suggested at RM5 per person, payable at the door on the day of screening. Proceeds will go towards rental of venue.

Please arrive 10-15 minutes before screening time to allow for registration and seating.

Thank you!

Welcome to MESYM!
Connecting the green dots

MESYM.com is a crowd-sourced platform and a living database for environmental movements in Malaysia. There are many good actions being done out there. Our goal is to bring them together. We connect the green dots.