Green economy concepts for the Heart of Borneo
From gaharu trees to gaharu tea to saving orangutans…A sucess story from Sungai Menyang Conservation Area
Orangutan nest count in Song-Katibas
Ayaka Kanaike who is a graduate student from the Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Japan recently interned with WWF-Malaysia in Sarawak Office. During her internship, she had the opportunity of a lifetime to assist in one of our field works – orangutan nest counting – in Song-Katibas area (HoB project area). Ayaka Kaneika has helped to produce a short video on her field trip in Song-Katibas:
Jungle internship surveys Orang Utan
Sandra Wong might be WWF’s luckiest intern to date: The zoology student from the University Malaysia Sarawak spent much of her internship in the Heart of Borneo surveying Orang Utan nests. Her vlog captured it all:
More project photos
The project is called Panda CLICK! ‘Panda’, because it is initiated by WWF with its famous panda logo and CLICK! as an abbreviation of the project title: ‘Communication Learning towards Innovative Change and Knowledge’. The program trains members of local communities in the use of a digital camera and then lets them loose for a year in their local environment to capture anything they wish related to the world about them, their daily activities, cultures and traditions.