Titi Eco Farm Resort is located in N. Sembilan, 9km from Kuala Kelawang, is 1000ft
above sea level and surrounded by hills and lush greenery. It is approximately 1½ hours drive from KL. The farm resort has a total area of 35 acres with 12 acres of organic vegetables, 3 fish ponds, 5 acres of livestock consisting of ostriches, chicken & turkey, and 15 acres of various types of fruit trees. It houses a SPA & a Food Processing Farm /FP Factory has been certified by NASAA, an Australia Certified Body.
9.00am – Arrival at Titti Eco Farm Resort
9:30 am – Guided farm tour
11.00 am – Introduction to Titi Eco Farm Resort / Q & A
12.00pm – Lunch (Organic)
1.00pm – Shopping
3:00 pm – Leave for KL
Registration is open to public. Friends and family members are most welcome to join. For registration, kindly fill up our registration form and fax to 03 7875 4039 together with proof of payment. For further enquiries, please contact Ms Tan
(T: +603-78757767; HP: +6016-2195826; E: email@example.com).
Looking forward for your participation!!!SAT, 17 SEPTEMBER 2016: CETDEM FARMER’S CORNER @ OFCC
FARMER’S CORNER is back!
Are you looking for fresh organic vegetables, vegetable seeds, organic compost, fertilizer? Don’t miss out our Farmer’s Corner.
Besides, we also offer varieties of ulam/herbs as well as house plants that produce oxygen and remove carbon dioxide at night.
The Objectives of this small farmer’s corner include:
* To Cater specifically for small organic farmers as an outlet to market their produce.
* To Cultivate closer relationships/trust amongst farmers and consumers.
* To Provide fresh and affordable organically grown vegetables to consumers.
See you on 17 September, Saturday at the Organic Farming Community Centre at No 29 Jalan 19/15, Section 19, Petaling Jaya.
WEDNESDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER 2016 – PJ-ECOMOBILITY WORKSHOP
22nd September 2016 is World Car Free Day. Coincident with this event, CETDEM is partnering with Council of Churches of Malaysia (CCM) to organise a PJ-EcoMobility Workshop as details below:
Date: 28th September 2016 (Wed.)
Time: 10am – 12pm
Location: Council of Churches of Malaysia (CCM)
This workshop is FOC and open to public. Ever figure out ways to reduce your carbon footprint? It can actually as simple as walking, cycling and use of public transport.
PJ-EcoMobility, a project designed to create a “People Centric EcoMobility Recreational Park giving Preference to Sustainable Transport Options” in Taman Jaya and Taman Aman Recreational Park.
For registration, kindly email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03-7875 7767 during office hour (9am-5pm).
We will be releasing more than 200 river terrapins in our annual event. If you missed this release, our next event will be held in September 2017!
Click here for more information about the release event, the programme for the day, including the various activities that are put together for the village folks and the public.
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Air pollution can kill and debilitate us. And it may, it turns out, also cause Alzheimer’s disease in us.
A key feature of the incapacitating disease, which causes irreversible dementia, is a build-up of biometals in people’s brains. Until now it has been assumed that those toxic nanoparticles were produced by our own bodies. Now, however, British scientists have linked them directly to air pollution, which they say significantly increases the onset of Alzheimer’s in people, especially the elderly.
And this, needless to say, is a particular concern in many cities around Malaysia where air pollution remains a persistent blight on residents’ quality of life and a danger to their health.
Link: http://cleanmalaysia.com/2016/09/09/air-pollution-may-cause-alzheimers/A Culture of Impunity is a Threat to Malaysia’s Natural Environment
Despoiled soil. Poisoned water. Polluted air. The bauxite mining fiasco in Pahang triggered a massive environmental disaster in Kuantan last year. Yet if you were to have asked local officials about who had been responsible, you would have received the usual response: “Not us!”
Needless to say, in a country where human rights abuses and shady government machinations persist, we can hardly expect stellar performance from government officials when it comes to environmental protection. Pervasive corruption and a culture of impunity in Malaysia are a threat not only to the country’s social environment but to its natural environment as well. Both Malaysian people and the country’s wild inhabitants deserve much better.
Link: http://cleanmalaysia.com/2016/07/07/malaysias-culture-impunity-endangers-countrys-natural-environment/WEDNESDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER 2016 – PJ-ECOMOBILITY WORKSHOP MNS Flora Group Sat Afternoon 2-Session Get Together DAY TRIP TO TITI ECO FARM RESORT, NEGERI SEMBILAN on 23 OCT 2016 MNS Flora Group Sat Afternoon 2-Session Get Together The Winners of Climate Change — Techno-fixes The Winners of Climate Change — Extreme weather The Winners of Climate Change — A new world map The Winners of Climate Change — Introduction to the Series Climate Change Deniers — Malaysian (dis)information CETDEM’s Community Compost Making #2: Waste Collection Centre for Environment, Technology and Developement, Malaysia (CETDEM) Jun-E Tan Leonardo Losoviz MESYM Malaysian Nature Society Flora Group Shashidharan N Subramaniam Turtle Conservation Society of Malaysia (TCS) IEN Consultants CETDEM Organic Farming Community Center