Much land on earth is utilised in some form for cultivation,  livestock farming and other human livelihood activities. We  are aware that some of our plantations and its operations  are located within close proximity to forest reserves or  conservation areas that are natural habitats of endangered,  rare and threatened species. Thus, in order to promote  the objectives of our commitment on biodiversity, much  attention is required in the management of our operations  to conserve the wilderness.

TDM has an Environmental and Biodiversity Policy in place  that ensures its development areas do not encroach into  HCV areas and avoid peatlands. The Group has pledged  to undertake conservation initiatives for the continuous  protection of the natural ecosystem and its services. This  also includes implementing zero-burning practice.

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