Friday, May 13, 2016

The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) is pleased to announce the birth of a female rhino calf born to Ratu, a 14-year-old Sumatran rhino living at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary (SRS) in Indonesia’s Way Kambas National Park. The calf was born on May 12 at 4:42 a.m. with no complications, attended by SRS veterinarians, keepers and a handful of international advisors. Another hope for this rhino. but what happened to their habitat? poaching, deforestation, forest fire, lack of scientific knowledge and awareness

logging continues!!! this is a conflicts of power, greedy, knowledge, understanding, nature and conservation. From kindergarten to parliament, within NGOs and Professors and from north pole to Antarctica we are talking on the effect of logging and world's disasters BUT demand and business are dominating. This is now about time conservation should be discussed by the sustainable business people.

When MNS championing mangrove planting to bring back mangrove ecosystems and protecting beaches from erosion, many are following MNS. This is good but planting trees or mangroves are not just a ceremonial thing. We need to refer to the experts so that what we a doing are right especially when involve the politician and seniour government officers.

may be we are not capable enough to tackle flash flood issues in Kuala Lumpur or we do not care enough about the problems. Big master plan on irrigation systems and monitoring activities are needed urgently. Politician, business developers and the government authorities must take actions accordingly. Last night I was trapped in the traffic jam for about 3.5 hours and missed important business dinner.

We cannot survive without mobile phones. Cannot wait for more evidence. We might have different generation in the future

Effect of mobile telephones on sperm quality: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Environment International Volume 70, September 2014, Pages 106–112. • The potential role of mobile phone exposure on sperm quality needs to be clarified. • A systematic review was done followed by a meta-analysis using random effects models. • Mobile phone exposure was associated with reduced sperm motility and viability. • No effect on concentration was apparent.