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9. Emirates invests over US$38 million to build Luxury Conservation Resort in Australia
Emirates invests over US$38 million to build Luxury Conservation Resort in Australia.
10. Elephant Conservation in Terengganu, Malaysia - HD Video Interview
Exclusive HD video interview with Mr. Ang Ching Yang, CEO of the Kenyir Elephant Conservation Park in Terengganu, Malaysia. In this interview, filmed on 5 June 2015 at the Elephant Park itself, we ask the Mr. Ang Ching Yang about the first year of operations, how many visitors it attracted, what percentage were from Malaysia, where the overseas visitors were from and what targets t
11. InterContinental Sydney and Holiday Inn Rooty Hill Awarded for Water Conservation
InterContinental Sydney and Holiday Inn Rooty Hill Awarded for Water Conservation.
12. Name Singaporeís Giant Pandas
Name Singaporeís Giant Pandas. Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) and CapitaLand have launched a Singapore-wide competition to name the pair of Giant Pandas which will arrive in Singapore in 2011. The pair of male and female pandas will be on loan to WRS from the China Wildlife Conservation Association (CWCA) as part of a 10-year joint collaboration to promote the conservation of Gi
13. Dragonair targets HK$1 Million contribution to Mainland China Conservation projects
Dragonair targets HK$1 Million contribution to Mainland China Conservation projects
14. Dragonair Passengers Donate HK$2 Million for Conservation Programmes
Dragonair Passengers Donate HK$2 Million for Conservation Programmes.
15. Faasai Resort & Spa Helping to Preserve Natural Springs in Chanthaburi
Faasai Resort & Spa Helping to Preserve Natural Springs in Chanthaburi. The Faasai Resort and Spa in Thailand has committed to planting 1,000 vetiver plants - a 'super grass' for water conservation - to protect White Water conservation lake, 500 metres from the resort in Chanthaburi, Southeast Thailand.
16. Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort in Thailand Certified as Carbon-Neutral
Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort in Thailand has been officially certified as a carbon-neutral hotel. Nestled in 70 acres of tropical gardens with an 800-metre-long stretch of white sandy beach, the resort has always been a haven of conservation.

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