Deputy Prime Minister Fadillah Yusof today said that the Cabinet will consider the proposed formation of the Malaysia Biodiversity Centre (MBC). He revealed that this aims at improving biodiversity management in the country and realising the establishment of the Natural History Museum Malaysia.
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In a statement, Fadillah said, “This will be discussed further with inputs taken from state government and ministries on the direction for its establishment. MBN1 also discussed issues related to human-wildlife conflicts in Peninsular Malaysia, proposed conversation efforts for the Gelam tree species, implementation of access and benefit sharing in Sabah, and the Reef Ball project in Sarawak.”
He said this in a press conference in Parliament Building after chairing the meeting.