OUR PARTNERS

Partnership Development

Signatories

Coalition Collaborators

Sime Darby Plantations Berhad

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

With plantations present over 100 countries, Sime Darby Plantations is the one of the World’s Largest Producers of Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO).
Federal Land Development Authority (FELDA)

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Federal Land Development Authority is a Malaysian government agency that was founded to handle the resettlement of rural poor into newly developed areas and to organize smallholder farms growing cash crops.
FGV Holdings Berhad

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

FGV is a Malaysia-based agri-business listed on the main market of Bursa Malaysia on 28 June 2012. FGV operates in 9 countries across Asia, the Middle East, North America and Europe.
IOI Plantation Sdn Bhd

Putrajaya, Malaysia

IOI Corporation Berhad (IOI) is a leading global integrated and sustainable palm oil player. We are listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad and trading as MYX: 1961.
Aramijaya Sdn Bhd

Johor, Malaysia

Aramijaya is principally involved in the management, operation and maintenance of Ladang Hutan Ulu Sedili (LHUS), a Forest Plantation Project that covers a total area of 35,226 hectares, situated within the district of Kota Tinggi and Mersing in the State of Johor, Malaysia. The Company commenced its business operation in December 2002.
Earthworm Foundation

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Earthworm Foundation is a non-profit organisation built on values and driven by the desire to positively impact the relationship between people and nature.
Management and Ecology of Malaysian Elephants (MEME)

Selangor, Malaysia

Management and Ecology of Malaysian Elephants (MEME) is a research body operating within University Nottingham Malaysia. MEME’s primary goal is to develop evidence-based conservation approach of Asian elephants in Malaysia through scientific research.

Working Together With

Wildlife Conservation And Science (Malaysia) Bhd (WCS)

Johor, Malaysia

WCS-Malaysia was registered as an independent legal entity to act as the Malaysian agent for the New York based Wildlife Conservation Society. WCS-Malaysia operates primarily in two locations in Malaysia; Southern Peninsular Malaysia (Johor and Pahang) and the state of Sarawak. WCS-Malaysia’s main activities revolve around helping the Malaysian government on conducting biological monitoring and supporting protection efforts of wildlife such as tiger, elephant, orangutan as well as sharks and rays.
Kulim (Malaysia) Berhad

Johor, Malaysia

Kulim (Malaysia) Berhad (“Kulim”) traces its history back to 1933 when Kulim Rubber Plantations Ltd was incorporated in the United Kingdom. Kulim was later incorporated as a public listed company, and in 1975 was listed on the Main Board of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange. A year later, Johor Corporation (“JCorp”) became the major shareholder of Kulim. Kulim then became a wholly-owned subsidiary of JCorp before being delisted in 2016.

Supported By

University of Nottingham, Malaysia

Selangor, Malaysia

The University of Nottingham Malaysia is a private university branch campus of the University of Nottingham. The university is situated in Semenyih, Selangor, Malaysia
Yayasan sime darby

Selangor, Malaysia

Yayasan Sime Darby (YSD) is the philanthropic arm of Sime Darby. Over the years, the Foundation has expanded its wings from offering scholarships to outstanding and deserving individuals to funding impactful conservation, outreach and development programmes.
Jabatan Perlindungan Hidupan Liar Dan Taman Negara (PERHILITAN) Semenanjung Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Department of Wildlife and National Parks Peninsular Malaysia (DWNP/PERHILITAN) was formerly known as the Game Department. The first law pertaining to wildlife was declared in 1896. The first wildlife reserve, Chior Wildlife Reserve was gazetted in 1902. Efforts to create a central agency to coordinate wildlife and habitat conservation activities was initiated in 1930 with the appointment of T.R. Hubback, the former Game Warden of Pahang as the Chief of the Wildlife Commission of Malaya.
Jabatan Perhutanan

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Forestry Department of Peninsular Malaysia is responsible for the management, planning, protection and development of Permanent Forest Reserve (HSK) areas in accordance with the National Forestry Policy and the National Forestry Act.