Can we achieve balance between oil palms and elephants? Elephants wander to other areas because they have lost part of the forest that was once their home. As time goes by, they lose more so they end up exploring other areas such as in the villages. As a result, conflicts happen between elephants and the villagers.
Like many indigenous fisher people around the world, Patir Oting and many villagers in the Lower Kinabatangan Segama Wetlands have a unique relationship of reciprocity with the freshwater and marine aquatic environment in their territory. Photo by Ajak Caster. 2018
Agricultural management training by one of the Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO) team’s Field Coordinator
Presenting a dragonfly species as a guide on bio-indicators that shows a river's health in front of Kg. Babgon Toki. 2018
The Free Prior Informed Consent (FPIC) team members had a discussion with FPIC workshop participants in Kampung Chandramata, Beluran on how they usually choose their leader or representatives and the processes.
Member of the Pitas Laut fisheries project organized a gotong royong based on the Muslim calendar that suits with tides and moon phase. Usually fisherman will agree to come together during ‘Air Besar’ (High tide). It is also when tide conditions are not favourable for fishing activities. Photo by Siti Fatimah. April 2018.
Community Elephant Ranger Team (CERT) members examining elephant dung pile. By observing the dung condition, one can estimate approximately when elephants pass by an area.
ARTICLE 5.5.18 BORNEO POST: Environmental NGOs form Coalition 3H 2018
FMU5 drone photo of Kampung Kanawahon, one of the many villahes situated inside the Trus Madi Class II concession area and surrounding areas of FMU 5. Forever Sabah is a member of the NGO council that serve to ensure environmental and social safeguards of overall management of the area.