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SABAH LANDSCAPES PROGRAMME

© Mazidi Abd Ghani / WWF-Malaysia
WWF

LIVING LANDSCAPES APPROACH:
PROTECT, PRODUCE, RESTORE

The Sabah Landscapes Programme combines conservation and sustainable development by integrating the protection of forests, wildlife and rivers, with RSPO certified production of oil palm, and restoration of ecological corridors and riparian reserves. Through the programme, WWF-Malaysia will work in three priority landscapes such as Tabin, Tawau and Lower Sugut. Subsequent conservation efforts will also continue in Central Forest, Kalabakan and Ulu Padas-Nabawan landscapes.

CONSERVATION TARGETS

OUTCOME 1:
ZERO LOSS OF NATURAL HABITAT

Forests and species is protected and effectively managed.

© Mazidi Abd Ghani / WWF-Malaysia

OUTCOME 2:
ZERO EXTINCTION OF WILDLIFE

Degraded forests and land are restored and rehabilitated, fragmented forests are connected.

© Naturepl.com / Juan Carlos Munoz / WWF

OUTCOME 3:
HALVING THE NEGATIVE IMPACTS OF PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION

Production and consumption is sustainable.

© Mazidi Abd Ghani / WWF-Malaysia

OUTCOME 4:
ENABLING CONDITIONS

Conservation planning and applied science to support the implementation of integrated land-use management statewide.

© Aaron Gekoski / WWF-US

GET IN TOUCH WITH US

Your feedback is important to us. We invite you to submit your views, concerns, and recommendations for the Sabah Landscapes Programme to any of the email addresses below:

Contact Uscontactslp@wwf.org.my

Elaine Clara Mah  |  emah@wwf.org.my

Tan Su Lin  |  sltan@wwf.org.my

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Centre Point Complex, No.1, Jalan Centre Point
88800 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Tel: +6088 262420
Fax: +6088 242532

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