Welcome to Greenpeace Malaysia!

Greenpeace exists because this fragile Earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action!

Greenpeace has been present in Southeast Asia since 2000. Southeast Asia's forests, mountains, rivers and oceans are home to millions of people and thousands of species of trees, plants, birds and mammals. But today, much of these flora and fauna are under threat from climate change, deforestation, pollution and unsustainable industrialized agriculture. The region's rapid industrialization and economic success come at a heavy price.

 

 

 

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Annual Report 2016

Publication | December 5, 2017 at 15:16

The year 2016 was a year of uncertainties. But it will go down in history as a year of resistance when hundreds of thousands stood together to defend their rights. 2016 was just the beginning. People are rising up. I share the belief that a...

Still Cooking the Climate

Publication | November 27, 2017 at 1:00

The palm oil industry is still a leading cause of deforestation in Indonesia. Three years after the world’s biggest palm oil traders adopted ‘no deforestation’ policies, Greenpeace International examined 11 of them and concluded that industry is...

Jakarta's Silent Killer

Publication | October 24, 2017 at 18:07

Jakarta already suffers from dangerous levels of air pollution, from traffic, residential emissions and coalfired power. It’s rare for the air quality to meet standards set by the World Health Organization (WHO); the pollution levels are...

Girl power at its finest: The women of Greenpeace Tim Cegah Api

Blog entry by Nur Sakeenah Binti Omar | October 11, 2017

I've recently journeyed to Ketapang, in West Kalimantan, Indonesia to see the Greenpeace Tim Cegah Api (TCA) , or the Forest Fire Prevention Team, in action. Why? Because I wanted to see how forest fires happen and how it can be...

Celebrating Malaysia Day away from home, for the sake of our forests

Blog entry by Nur Sakeenah Binti Omar | October 3, 2017

The 16th of September is personally significant to me in many ways. Aside from celebrating Malaysia Day, it also marks my father’s birthday. Every year, on his birthday, we as a family would dine out as a simple way to celebrate.

Preventing and Extinguishing Fires For Forests Without Fires

Blog entry by Annisa Rahmawati | September 22, 2017

The forest fire crisis of 2015, one of the worst crises in Indonesia’s history is still fresh in our memory. The disaster in Sumatra and Kalimantan led to the destruction of around 2.6 million hectares of forests and peatlands, causing...

Greenpeace launches first office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Blog entry by Dharshini Sivapatham | August 1, 2017

We have officially launched our first office in Kuala Lumpur on Friday, 28 th  July 2017. Our office in Malaysia is the fourth office in South-East Asia after Phillipines,Thailand and Indonesia. Our executive director Naderev...

Live to Eat and Eat to Live Long

Blog entry by Ryan Bestre | July 28, 2017

It may not be obvious but I love to eat. However, participating in the Food for Life campaigns of Greenpeace and being a part of  #IAmHampasLupa , a group that advocates for mindful consumption among Filipinos, made me put more effort...

Just because you don’t see it, doesn’t mean it won’t hurt you

Blog entry by Nanticha Ocharoenchai | July 20, 2017

Every morning, as I walk to the subway to go to class, a couple old Route 54 buses would roll by, leaving behind a cloud of black exhaust  for me and everyone else to inhale. Each and every time, it leaves me wondering, “what could...

Winning on the world’s largest tuna company and what it means for the oceans

Blog entry by Sarah King | July 11, 2017

It took two years of relentless campaigning and nearly  700,000 concerned people from around the world , but today we are sharing the good news that together we convinced the world’s largest tuna company to clean up its act! ...

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