A Call for Conservation.

Introduction: The Earth’s oceans, which make up more than 70% of our planet’s surface, are essential for life. Beneath the shimmering water lies a world of unparalleled beauty, teeming with an astonishing variety of life forms – from the tiniest planktons to the majestic blue whales. However, this magnificent realm is facing a multitude of threats that demand our immediate attention and action.

The Importance of Ocean Conservation: The Ocean is vital to the well-being of every living creature on Earth, including us. The ocean plays a critical role in regulating our climate, acting as a massive carbon sink, absorbing heat, and distributing it around the globe. It is also the source of sustenance for billions of people, providing food, livelihoods, and economic value.

Threats to the Ocean: Despite its vastness, the ocean is vulnerable. It faces threats, many of which are human induced, including overfishing, plastic pollution, climate change and many more. Overfishing is depleting fish populations, leading to the collapse of ecosystems. Plastic pollution, with millions of tons of plastic waste entering the ocean annually, is choking marine life and poisoning our food chain. Climate change is causing sea levels to rise and altering ocean currents, disrupting the balance of marine ecosystems.

Impact on Marine Life: The consequences of these threats are dangerous to marine life. Coral reefs, often referred to as the “rainforests of the sea,” are dying at an alarming rate due to warming waters and ocean acidification. Iconic species like sea turtles are ingesting plastic, leading to injury and death. The livelihoods of coastal communities that rely on fishing are in jeopardy.

Conservation Efforts: Conservation organizations and passionate individuals around the world are taking action to protect our oceans. Projects to clean up plastic pollution, establish marine protected areas, and promote sustainable fishing practices are making a difference. These efforts demonstrate that when we come together, positive change is possible.

Conclusion: Our oceans are a source of wonder, a critical component of Earth’s life support system, and a shared responsibility. As we stand at a pivotal moment in history, the need for ocean conservation has never been more urgent. Together, we can ensure that the oceans continue to inspire, sustain, and enrich life on our blue planet for generations to come.




LTTW was established with the aim of saving endangered sea turtle populations on the East Coast of Malaysia. We have since expanded to coral rehabilitation initiatives and outreach education programs with local and international schools as well as universities. Since our inception in 2013, we have successfully saved over 150,000 endangered sea turtle eggs from being lost to poaching or being sold for consumption.


Tengah Island Conservation (TIC) is a non-profit biodiversity management initiative located on Pulau Tengah, an island within the Johor Marine Park, Malaysia. TIC is dedicated to the research, rehabilitation and regeneration of our natural environment. Our systemic and community-driven approach is to conserve and protect flora, fauna and marine ecosystems by working with, inspiring and involving relevant stakeholders, government, biodiversity specialists, the tourism industry, and local community.


The Tropical Research And Conservation Centre (or TRACC), is a marine conservation organization based in the Celebes Sea dedicated to protecting sea turtles and restoring coral reefs destroyed by the local fish bombing practices of Malaysia.

Juara Turtle Project

Juara Turtle Project was started as a conservation project run by the Fisheries Department Malaysia (FDM) in 2001 with the aim of preserving turtle nesting sites and their surrounding ecosystems. At the time, the FDM had already been running numerous hatcheries around Malaysia since the 1970s.


Greenpeace uses non-violent creative action to pave the way towards a greener, more peaceful world, and to confront the systems that threaten our environment.

WWF Malaysia

Established in 1972, WWF-Malaysia is part of WWF, the international conservation organisation. Working to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife, WWF-Malaysia’s efforts to conserve nature focus on six major goals – forests, oceans, wildlife, food, climate and energy, as well as freshwater – and three key drivers of environmental problems – markets, finance and governance. Our mission is to stop the degradation of the earth’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

Scuba Junkie

Scuba Junkie was set up by divers who had and still have, a love and dedication to the marine and terrestrial environment and through he years have tried to set up and run many projects and build an Eco-friendly resort containing green waste systems solar energy, the use of only biodegradable cleaning products and plastics and sticking to proper and responsible dive practices etc, so that this beautiful area can be preserved for future generations and that the people of Sabah can thrive from the increased economy brought about by sensible, sustainable Eco-tourism.

Malaysian Nature Society

The genesis of our society predates the independence of Malaysia. A group of British expatriates deeply interested in our country’s lush natural heritage decided that the abundant collection of field notes and natural history records, which they had accumulated, was vital to the country’s heritage and should be published. In 1940, with the publication of the Malayan Nature Journal Volume 1, the Malaysian Nature Society was born.

Evolving from a core of society volunteers, MNS’ Kuala Lumpur-based headquarters now has a team of 24 dedicated staff members who see to the day-to-day running of the society’s administration and activities including those based at centres.

“Registered with the ROS and recognised by the IRB as a tax exempt organisation, Turtle Conservation Society of Malaysia (TCS) is the first non-profit organisation in Malaysia that is dedicated to the conservation of freshwater turtles. The aim of the Society is to recover the depleted wild populations of turtles, particularly freshwater turtles through research, community- based conservation, education, public awareness and community empowerment. TCS also provides a platform for the local women community to generate income through merchandising as well as fundraising for turtle conservation.”
Perhentian Marine Research Station (PMRS) was established in 2017 by a conservation based social enterprise, Fuze Ecoteer Outdoor Adventures. PMRS focuses on monitoring the health of the island’s marine ecosystems and committed to combine scientific findings with a bio-cultural conservation approach to sustain the dynamic and interdependence of social-ecological systems.


Shark Guardian

Shark Guardian is a UK Charity founded by Brendon Sing and Elizabeth Ward- Sing. Although Shark Guardian is a UK Charity, there are Shark Guardian campaigns and activities taking place worldwide including the United Kingdom, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Our objective is to advance the conservation of sharks and the natural environment through conservation, education, research projects and expeditions.

Adrecc Research Education Conservation Center

Building environmental & marine habitat one coral at a time. Spreading conservation through education. Engaging local and international community to act, change and sustain.

Coral Reef Rehabilitation

Reef Check Malaysia

Reef Check Malaysia focuses on four core programmes that supplement one another to promote coral reef conservation and management in Malaysia.


A unique conservation approach for managing tourism impacts on coral reefs. A UN Environment Programme initiative helping dive & snorkel operators improve their environmental practices. Green Fins’ global implementation is managed by The Reef-World Foundation.


Ocean Quest

Founded in Malaysia in August 2010, Ocean Quest is the only Malaysian-based marine conservation organization that is functional internationally. Since it’s founding, Ocean Quest rapidly expanded from SE Asia to becoming global in 2017. Through thorough research Ocean Quest created its own techniques, methodology and material for coral reef rehabilitation.


Plastic pollution

Trash Hero

Trash Hero is a global volunteer movement, led, supported and governed by Trash Hero World.
At its heart is a growing grassroots network of chapters: unincorporated, community-based organisations, that run our programmes. Each is affiliated to Trash Hero World and their national Trash Hero organisation, if one exists.
Currently, the network extends to 17 countries around the world: Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Switzerland, Poland, Holland, Georgia, Germany, USA, Australia, Japan.


The Blu Hope campaign came about because of the COVID-19 pandemic! Following the exposé that the UK and other developed countries were illegally exporting plastic waste to Malaysia, the British High Commission – Kuala Lumpur (BHC-KL) took steps to have the British plastic waste repatriated and initiated its Green is GREAT Plastics campaign. The UK and Malaysian Governments have been working closely to help educate the public about plastic pollution and encourage business and industry to develop a plastic circular economy.


Monkey Vest Awareness Campaign

Walkabout in Semporna town to create awareness among the public. Creating towards a trash free Semporna. Leading as example by OCPD Peter and Sabah Tourism’s official Puan Doreen with volunteer Dr. Jacqueline 


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