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Published on 28/11/2019 in Category: News, Press releases

New rainforest conservation initiative converts oil palm plantations into rainforest for the first time

An alliance of conservationists and researchers is converting oil palm plantations into near-natural rainforests on Borneo. In this way, an important wildlife corridor can be restored. The research project is to serve as a...[more]

Published on 27/03/2019 in Category: News, Press releases

Back to Nature: for the first time palm oil plantations are being turned back into protected rainforest

– this creates a corridor for Borneo’s endangered wildlife[more]

Published on 15/11/2015 in Category: Press releases

Hope for Asia’s wildlife: Reforestation measures and new wildlife corridors in Borneo

Owing to their high emission of CO2 and the destruction of large forest areas, the forest fires burning in Southeast Asia since this year’s summer lead to an environmental disaster of unsuspected dimensions. The yearly forest...[more]

Published on 15/07/2012 in Category: News

Borneo: The creation of a new wildlife corridor for orang utans, Sabah rhinos and other threatened species has started

RFF project site at Tabin River

To contribute to the fight against species loss in the rainforests of South-East Asia, the Rhino and Forest Fund (RFF) in collaboration with the Sabah Wildlife Department and the Sabah Forestry Department has started to reconnect...[more]

Published on 05/02/2012 in Category: Press releases

Creating a Wildlife Corridor for Malaysia's Largest Wildlife Reserve

R. Risch with tree planted 9 months before in Tabin

Kota Kinabalu: The State Government of Sabah, represented by the Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) and the Rhino and Forest Fund (RFF) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) during the Sabah Wildlife Conservation Colloquium....[more]

Published on 09/11/2010 in Category: Press releases

Hope for Borneo's threatened biodiversity

To tackle species loss representatives of the Rhino and Forest Fund (RFF) and of the Forestry Department of Sabah / Malaysia launched a long-term reforestation project to restore forest in Borneo.[more]

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The last Sabah Rhinos

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Forest Restoration in Sabah, Borneo

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