Hi folks! Our latest media coverage comes to you courtesy of Natalie Heng from The Star. We were pleasantly surprised to find that she’s written not one, but two different articles on Rimba and our work. The first one, ‘Hooking up for science’, talks about what Rimba is all about – what we are, why we were set up, and how we function. The second, ‘The viability of animal crossings in Malaysia’, puts the spotlight on the Kenyir Wildlife Corridor Project, and is a very well-written, excellently researched piece on the issues surrounding roads and how they affect wildlife movement. It helps to explain why the work that’s being done by Reuben and Ahimsa is so important.
Big thanks to Natalie and The Star!!!
Thanks Erwin! We hope that a herpetologist would come and help us out on this soon!
Some great media attention!
I was wondering if you also put attention in your research on corridor use (eco-bridges / tunnels) of Reptiles and Amphibians. It is a great deal over here in The Netherlands and even entire ecoducts are being designed to provide migration routes for these animal groups.
Good luck there!