Environment

Environment & Sustainability

MPOC Celebrates World Elephant Day 2020

12th Aug is World Elephants Day #WorldElephantDay Elephants are the largest land mammals on earth and have distinctly massive bodies, large ears and long trunks. The trunk is used for foraging, suck up water for drinking or bathing, greet other elephants, pick up objects and for making trumpeting so...

World Elephants Day 2020

12th Aug is World Elephants Day #WorldElephantDay Elephants are the largest land mammals on earth and have distinctly massive bodies, large ears and long trunks. The trunk is used for foraging, suck up water for drinking or bathing, greet other elephants, pick up objects and for making trumpeting so...

MPOC and PERHILITAN Joining Hands to Save the Malayan Tiger

MPOC And PERHILITAN Joining Hands To Save The Malayan Tiger Prowling through the lush jungles of Peninsular Malaysia is one of its country’s most iconic animals – the Malayan tiger. Taxonomically known as Panthera tigris Jacksoni, the Malayan tiger is an apex predator that roams extensiv...

Water Scarcity, Agriculture and Palm Oil

UN estimates that over 2 billion of the world’s population are suffering from high water stress, while water scarcity is one of the major global risks (World Economic Forum 2020)

Negative Impacts of Boycotting ‘Palm Oil’

Palm oil is an important commodity for global food security and an essential tool in elevating the livelihood of the rural poor in Malaysia. Palm oil boycott creates confusion among consumers and spreads misinformation which may cause more harm than good to human health and the planet.

Boycotting vs Supporting Sustainable Palm Oil: What would you choose?

Love it or hate it, palm oil is a versatile ingredient found in almost 50% of products that require a fat component, from cooking oil to biscuit to shampoo. Anti-palm oil campaigns are driving consumers to boycott palm oil. But is that the solution?