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KOTA KINABALU, 19 Oktober (Update) - Selaras dengan keputusan Kerajaan Malaysia untuk melaksanakan Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Bersyarat (PKPB) bagi Negeri Sabah maka Jabatan Perlindungan Alam Sekitar (JPAS) ingin memaklumkan kaunter di ibu pejabat JPAS, Kota Kinabalu dan Pejabat Wilayah Sandakan JPAS hanya dibuka untuk urusan orang awam dari jam 9.00am hingga 11.30am pada hari bekerja.

Orang awam yang datang berurusan di kaunter pejabat JPAS adalah diminta untuk mematuhi sepenuhnya SOP yang ditetapkan.

Dalam pada itu, orang awam juga boleh membuat sebarang pertanyaan atau aduan alam sekitar melalui talian berikut:
1. Aduan Alam Sekitar : WhatsApp +60138501808 / +60198818106 / +60128444412 (Sandakan)
2. Pertanyaan tentang EIA: WhatsApp +60128209559
3. Pertanyaan tentang Pendidikan Alam Sekitar: WhatsApp +60128249974
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KOTA KINABALU, 08 Oktober (Update) - Selaras dengan keputusan Kerajaan Malaysia untuk melaksanakan Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Bersyarat bagi Daerah Kota Kinabalu, Penampang, Putatan, Papar, Tuaran dan Sandakan maka Jabatan Perlindungan Alam Sekitar ingin memaklumkan penutupan sementara pejabat JPAS iaitu:-

1. Ibu Pejabat JPAS, Kota Kinabalu ditutup bermula 07 Oktober 2020 sehingga 20 Oktober 2020; dan

2. Pejabat Wilayah Sandakan JPAS ditutup bermula 09 Oktober 2020 sehingga 23 Oktober 2020

Untuk sebarang pertanyaan atau aduan alam sekitar, silalah berhubung terus melalui talian berikut:
1. Aduan Alam Sekitar : WhatsApp +60138501808 / +60198818106 / +60128444412 (Sandakan)
2. Pertanyaan tentang EIA: WhatsApp +60128209559
3. Pertanyaan tentang Pendidikan Alam Sekitar: WhatsApp +60128249974
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KOTA KINABALU, 27 April (Update) - Selaras dengan keputusan Kerajaan Malaysia untuk melaksanakan Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan mulai 18 Mac 2020 sehingga 12 Mei 2020, Jabatan Perlindungan Alam Sekitar ingin memaklumkan bahawa pejabat JPAS di Kota Kinabalu dan Sandakan akan ditutup untuk tempoh yang sama.

Untuk sebarang pertanyaan atau aduan alam sekitar, silalah berhubung terus melalui talian berikut:

1. Aduan alam sekitar : WhatsApp +60138501808 / +60198818106

2. Pertanyaan tentang EIA: WhatsApp +60128209559

3. Pertanyaan tentang Pendidikan Alam Sekitar: WhatsApp +60128249974

KOTA KINABALU, 24 Jul 2020 (New Sabah Times): Rudy Matahari’s relentlessness during long dives undersea has finally borne fruit after he won the Open (Category) Photography competition in conjunction with 2020 State-level World Environment Day.

The 53-year-old master diver received RM500 and other goodies.

For Nathania, it was her first win on digital cartoon arts. Nathania started drawing digitally since she was 11. Her art was inspired by images from Pintrest, geometric and by looking into local references such as animals from Sabah.

She learnt and was inspired a lot from Instagram posts too.

“I drew it on tablet using a free mobile application,” she said, adding that for her, traditional drawing is much harder compared to digital.

The SMK Takis, Papar student also expressed her gratefulness towards her parents’ support.

Earlier, in an opening speech, Assaffal said this year theme was ‘Biodiversity’.

“As a way to celebrate World Environment Day, the Environment Protection Department (EPD) has worked together with Sabah Cultural Board through Sabah Arts Gallery, Sabah Wetlands Conservation Society and WWF-Malaysia to organise this competition.

“The Photography Competition was opened to all individuals from Sabah or living in this state as well as those working or studying here.

“The secretariat received 322 photos from 122 participants. Each participant was allowed to submit a maximum of three photos.”

For the Cartoon Drawing Competition, 49 pupils participated in the primary school category. A total of 33 students submitted paper drawings and 26 students submitted digital drawings for the secondary school and higher institution categories.

“We are immensely fortunate that we have a massive pool of talented photographers and artist in Sabah. “This artistic talent can be used to tell a story of how important the environment is, and why we must protect it wisely and urgently,” said Assaffal.

Source: http://www.newsabahtimes.com.my/nstweb/fullstory/39216

KOTA KINABALU, 22 April - Hari Bumi pada tahun ini disambut dalam tempoh Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan iaitu pada 22 April. Sebagai aktiviti Jabatan Perlindungan Alam Sekitar Sabah, kakitangannya telah menyediakan mesej alam sekitar dalam bentuk e-flyers untuk menyambut Hari Bumi 2020. Walaupun aktiviti di lapangan tidak dapat dilaksanakan bersama untuk menyambut Hari Bumi pada tahun ini, namun semangat tetap utuh dalam perjuangan perlindungan alam sekitar di Sabah.

JPAS mengucapkan Selamat Hari Bumi 2020 dan semoga penularan wabak Covid-19 dapat dibendung dengan efektif dalam masa terdekat ini.

 #stayathome #staysafe #careforPeopleandEarth

*Contoh e-flyers yang disediakan oleh kakitangan JPAS adalah seperti di bawah-

Senarai pemenang Pertandingan Fotografi Terbuka dan Pertandingan Melukis Kartun Sempena Sambutan Hari Alam Sekitar Sedunia 2020 adalah seperti berikut:-

KOTA KINABALU, 11 January 2020 (SabahNewsToday) - Director of Sabah Parks Dr Jamili Nais, 54, has been appointed as the new Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Environment.

He succeeds Datuk William Baya who has retired after a 37-year career in the civil Service.

The handing over ceremony was witnessed by Minister of Tourism, Culture and Environment, Datuk Christina Liew at the Ministry’s office in Wisma Tun Fuad Stephens, here, on Friday.

“Welcome to the Ministry. I have full confidence in the new Permanent Secretary. His vast knowledge and passion for ecology will stand him in good stead,” she said as she introduced Dr Jamili to the staff of the Ministry and its six agencies.

The agencies under Christina’s ministry are Sabah Tourism Board, Sabah Cultural Board, Sabah Parks, Sabah Wildlife Department, Sabah Museum Department and Environmental Protection Department.

Meanwhile, Dr Jamili admitted that it is a challenge to fill the shoes of the Permanent Secretary, given the three portfolios of tourism, culture and environment, “more so because we have a very dynamic
minister at the helm.”

“I will strive to discharge my duties with honesty and integrity. That I can promise you,” he assured the Minister.

Born in Ranau, Dr Jamili obtained his BSc (Honours) in Botany from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) and PhD in Plant Ecology from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.

He joined Sabah Parks in 1988 where he started as the Parks Ecologist and was based at Kinabalu Park for 11 years.

Subsequently, he became the Assistant Director of Sabah Parks, heading its Research and Education Division prior to his appointment as Deputy Director.

He was promoted to Director of Sabah Parks in 2014.

Dr Jamili has been a member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN’s) World Commission on Protected Areas since 1996.

Most notably, he is a member of the prestigious IUCN’s World Heritage Panel for the 2017-2020 term, being the only
representative from Asia on this 12-member panel.-SabahNewsToday

Source: https://www.sabahnewstoday.com/dr-jamili-nais-is-tourism-culture-and-environment-ministrys-new-permanent-secretary/?lang=en

KOTA KINABALU, 05 JUN 2020 (JUMAAT)- Warga Jabatan Perlindungan Alam Sekitar (JPAS) meraikan sambutan Hari Alam Sekitar Sedunia (HASS) dengan penganjuran Pertandingan mencipta Puisi HASS bertemakan Biodiversiti dan Pertandingan Rekacipta dari bahan terpakai untuk kakitangan Jabatan.

Hasil karya Puisi dan Bahan rekacipta tersebut akan digunakan sebagai bahan kesedaran dalam program pendidikan alam sekitar di masa akan datang. Senarai pemenang bagi setiap Pertandingan adalah seperti di bawah:-

Wisma Budaya, 1-3 Floor, Tunku Abdul Rahman Road, Locked Bag 2078, 88999 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

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