MIRI, Malaysia (PRWEB) January 22, 2014
Logging issues are considered global problems by many. Sarawak, Malaysia, hometown of K. C. Linggi and Laing Imang, is no exception. In their book “Almost an Army Cadet, Always a Forester” (published by Trafford Singapore), Linggi and Imang divulge the coming of forestry operations to interior Baram, Sarawak, and its impact on forest communities through the detailing of their experiences.
Penans are nomadic aboriginal people living in the forests of Malaysia. These are the same people who primarily opposed the forestry operations planned for Sarawak. This book is about the development and progression of a forestry operation inside Sarawak, touching on local community consultation and Penan protest against logging. Other current issues like quality management and sustainable forest management are touched upon too.
With over two decades of experience working in the same timber company together, Linggi and Imang have a wealth of knowledge to share in this book. Through their dedication to their work and passion for writing, Linggi and Imang are able to share an important life story of a significant job that helps protect and conserve Mother Nature. “Almost an Army Cadet, Always a Forester” is an eye opening example of the difference one can make in nature.
“Almost an Army Cadet, Always a Forester”
Softcover | 8.5 x 11 in | 44 pages | ISBN 9781490702155
E-Book | 44 pages | ISBN 9781490702148
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Authors
K C Linggi is a professional forestry graduate from Universiti Pertanian Malaysia. He was project manager for Bridge & Infrastructure Unit.
Laing Imang is a trained forest surveyor in the Survey and Engineering Unit. Both worked in the same timber company for almost two decades and shared many trials and tribulations together.
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