Southeast Asia is one of the regions in the world most affected by climate change. Faith-based communities and organised religions have immense potential to address issues of climate change and environmental justice through their collective engagement, ethical teachings and ability to influence action among adherents.
Author Archives: Nadiah Rosli
Nadiah Rosli is a freelance journalist and conservation communicator based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She believes that an interdisciplinary approach to knowledge is a pretty fantastic thing, and focuses on the intersection of science with nature, culture and heritage. Her work has been featured in VICE (Motherboard), Scidev.net, The New Straits Times, The Borneo Post, and others.
Tambun Rock Art: Archaeology as a Public Good
The rock art at Gua Tambun in Ipoh, Malaysia, is estimated to date back thousands of years. Collective efforts are required to value, preserve and conserve Southeast Asia’s rock art heritage.
Terengganu’s Satar: Linking Cuisine to the Land
Satar is a spicy, fragrant fish parcel from Terengganu on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. But it’s also more than just a snack: from the ingredients to the preparation, satar is a reflection of Terengganu’s natural environment.