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PEKA is a winner of Europa Sustainability Award 2012!

EU-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry named PEKA Malaysia a winner of Europa Sustainability Award 2012 in recognition of having met high standards of excellence in our Environment Programme. This award was given to us on 26th September 2012 in Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur. Congratulations PEKA Malaysia!  

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PEKA’s 2nd Replantation was a success!

PEKA thanks all volunteers who planted 1,500 indigenous cengal and balau saplings in Compartment 9 of Tranum Raub Pahang on 16th July 2012. THANK YOU and may we all help heal our precious earth.

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PEKA’s Second Replantation on 16 July 2012

PEKA cordially invites you to its 2nd. Tree Planting / Reforestation Activity on: Date: 16th. July 2012 (Monday) Time: 08.00 am Venue: Compartment 9, Tranum Forest Reserve I T I N E R A R Y 08.00 am Arrival of Guests & Volunteers @ Tranum Police Station Briefing Breakfast 09.00 am Depart to site (Tranum…

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PEKA Advocates Close Appreciation with Nature

In order to understand and appreciate the natural environment better, PEKA encourages her members to come close to nature with utmost care through activities such as “Tree Planting” and Jungle trekking such as “Save our Rainforest trail”.     “Save our Rainforest trail” was inspired by Puan Sri Sabrina Syed Akil (President of WSFFM). Participants…

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PEKA Educates to Raise Awareness

Education is key towards better understanding of the importance of preserving and conserving of our forests including all natural treasures and resources for current and future generations. PEKA volunteers, Children’s book writer and Founder of “Green Hopes Eco Warriors”, Datin Rossiti Aishah Rashidi, and Lohas Country Manager Malaysia, Mr. Matthias Gelber (The Greenest Man on…

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PEKA Replants Lost Trees

In December 2011, PEKA Exco members and their family and friends sponsored 2,000 Meranti and other indigenous saplings back into the grounds of Sungai Delam Raub.   A total of 100 volunteers including 30 Pahang Forestry officials help plant these saplings back into the lost forest grounds.