Our Footprint

Protected Area Management

A protected area is a defined geographic region, managed through legal or other robust measures, with the overarching objective of achieving long-term conservation goals. Malaysia is one of the world’s most biodiverse nations and a signatory to the Convention on Biological Diversity.
Our approach to protected area management revolves around proactive and responsive strategies, emphasising species management through initiatives including anti-poaching patrols and extensive research. Recognising the intricate roles and significance of landscapes, and the communities that safeguard them, is integral to successful conservation efforts. We also actively promote collaboration between businesses, governments, and local communities to ensure effective nature protection in alignment with sustainable development.

Image Credits: Perhilitan & Pelindung Alam Malaysia

Forest Restoration and Conservation

Forests are indispensable carbon sinks, and play a pivotal role in mitigating the effects of climate change. Their protection is also key to biodiversity enhancement, ecosystem stability, and rights of indigenous peoples.

Enggang is presently developing the Pahang Peatland Restoration Project in one of the largest peatland ecosystems in the region.

Sustainable Farming

Sustainable farming strives to meet the population’s food needs while safeguarding the environment. The escalation in food demand has seen mass-production farming not only degrade the environment and deplete biodiversity but also contribute to roughly one-third of global greenhouse gas emissions.
Enggang is committed to responsible sustainable farming, aiming to address food security and combat climate change. Our mission also extends to minimising agriculture’s impact on biodiversity preservation and forest protection, as well as increasing the income potential of smallholders. Currently, Enggang is developing the commercial agripark in the Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Agricultural Park.