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.

 

 

 

The latest updates

 

.International Biodiversity Day in photos

Feature story | May 22, 2013 at 15:32

On this International Day for Biological Diversity, we want to show you stunning images from one of the world’s richest places in biodiversity: Indonesia. From whale sharks, to abundant coral reefs and forests teeming with life, the Greenpeace...

Point of No Return in pictures

Feature story | January 23, 2013 at 20:00

The world is quickly reaching a point of no return for preventing the worst impacts of climate change. Continuing on the current course will make it difficult, if not impossible, to prevent the widespread and catastrophic impacts of climate...

Good Oil - A Solution Story

Feature story | June 15, 2012 at 10:25

Oil palm plantations have expanded rapidly over the past two decades in Indonesia, clearing large swathes of natural forest and critical peatland areas. Promises of economic development and jobs to local communities have not come true for many.

Forest Solutions

Image gallery | June 12, 2012

A new Rainbow Warrior sets sail

Feature story | October 14, 2011 at 18:00

The Earth has a new champion. At a small ceremony in Bremerhaven, Germany, we’ve christened the world’s first purpose-built, crowd-bought, eco-sleek sailing vessel, the new Rainbow Warrior.

Greenpeace director refused entry to Indonesia following smear campaign

Feature story | October 14, 2011 at 10:00

In a bizarre turn of events usually seen in a John le Carré novel, the executive director of Greenpeace UK has been refused entry into Indonesia. Arriving at Jakarta's international airport earlier today, John Sauven was blocked from entering the...

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