UBI and the Rimba Project with BFM
Our very own Syu and Thary talk about appreciating biodiversity in cities! In this chat with BFM’s I Love KL podcast, they share the many ways in which we can learn to understand and coexist with the wildlife closest to us.
The Rimba Project Instalive Interview Series
Our long-time friends and partners at the Rimba Project held a series of interviews in May 2020 with ecologists and nature-art professionals in Malaysia.
Here’s what we learned from Rimba Project’s Instalive Interviews with urban wildlife enthusiasts!
You can watch these interviews and many more here.
Buluh in the City
What do bamboos, or buluh, bring to mind?
For participants at Buluh in the City it was art, food and the city dweller’s experience of nature.
Buluh in the City was an event held at Rimbu Ilmu Botanic Garden, University of Malaya. Rimba Ilmu is a Natural Heritage site and among its extensive collections of tropical plants is a remarkable one of Malaysian bamboos.
Bamboos were at the centre of a day dedicated to nature in the city. The event comprised discussions on our interactions with the nature around us, led by speakers well-versed with managing gardens for wildlife and for communities in cities.
Here’s more about the activities, crafts and food inspired by bamboos.