Action Plan on Conserving the Fireflies of Selangor River 2022-2030

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  • 2022
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    Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), Kepong
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This Conservation Action Plan (CAP) is developed through input, feedback and ideas from participants of the Stakeholder Workshop consisting of implementing agencies and concerned local communities. The five Strategies in this plan are meant to complement the existing Selangor River Integrated River Basin Management (IRBM) Plan 2015-2020 Policy 4: Conserve fireflies and ecosystems. The IRBM Plan for the period of 2022-2030 has been published in March 2022 and Policy 4 is now known as "Conservation of fireflies and ecosystems". It is hoped that this action plan will be a useful reference for stakeholders and local communities to play an active role in conserving the fireflies of Selangor River.


Khoo, V., Nada, B., Nur Zati, M.A., Ong, S.P. & Phon, C.K. (2022). Action Plan on Conserving the Fireflies of Selangor River 2022-2030. Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), Kepong.

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