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Malaysia

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Julia Rozin

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Economic
Has a newly industrialised market economy (relatively open and state-orientated)
Third largest in Southeast Asia
Political
Flora & Fauna
Flora:
2000 speices of trees
800 orchids
8000 flowering plants
200 types of palms
Ecological Footprint
Malaysia’s Ecological Footprint is 3.90 global hectares per capita.
Malaysia
Geography
Social
On the Malay Peninsula
Mostly covered in forest
Mountain range runs the length of the peninsula


http://www.infoplease.com/country/malaysia.html
http://www.everyculture.com/Ja-Ma/Malaysia.html
Fauna:
200 species of mammals
600 bird varieties
140 snake species
80 types of lizards
300 freshwater fish species
thousands of insects some unknown to science
http://www.wonderfulmalaysia.com/malaysia-flora-and-fauna.htm
Population
29.72 million (as of 2013)
Malay 50.1%, Chinese 22.6%, indigenous 11.8%, Indian 6.7%, other 0.7%, non-citizens 8.2% (2010 est.)
Literacy: Male- 95.4% Female- 90.7%
Total- 93.1%
http://www.indexmundi.com/malaysia/demographics_profile.html
What is Malaysia's ecological footprint?
http://sustainablepenang.wordpress.com/2013/08/10/malaysias-ecological-footprint/
Population density: 92 people per sq. km
http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/EN.POP.DNST
Julia Rozin, Kayla Kim
http://www.everyculture.com/Ja-Ma/Malaysia.html#ixzz3jwSkrR9Q
Federal representative democratic constitutional monarchy.
The environment is the subject of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment at a federal level.
The Department of Wildlife and National Parks is responsible for the preservation of flora and fauna in Malaysia.
Draws varied cultures of different people of Malaysia.
Chinese and Indian cultures influenced when trading began and increased with immigration to Malaysia. (Also included Perisan, Arabic, and British.
(A multi-cultured society)
Important customs and traditions
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_Malaysia
Imports/Exports
Imports:
Crude petroleum
Transport
Monitors, projectors & TVs
Computers
Refined petroleum
Exports:
Crude petroleum
Copper
Coal
Is the economy affecting the environment?
http://dfat.gov.au/trade/agreements/mafta/pages/top-5-malaysian-imports-and-exports-graph.aspx
URL
How does the culture/customs affect the environment?

Human intervention poses a threat to the natural environment of Malaysia. Agriculture, forestry and urbanization lead to the destruction of forests, mangroves and other thriving ecosystems in the country. Ecosystems and landscapes are dramatically modified by human development, including but not limited to the construction of roads and damming of rivers.
What kinds of laws?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environment_of_Malaysia
When visiting the country it is clear that the ethnicities retain their religions, customs and way of life.
The most important festivals: public holidays.
Families tend to socialise within their own ethnic group (all part of retaining their individual traditions and lifestyles)
http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/resources/global-etiquette/malaysia.html
Subtle climate change occurs as a direct result of air pollution and the greenhouse effect, which in turn is caused by the emission of greenhouse gases. Low-lying areas near the coastline of Sabah and Sarawak are under threat from current sea level rise.
Lifestyle/Quality of Life
Water Enactment 1920 Act
Forest Enactment Act of 1934
Land and Conservation act of 1960
http://www.scribd.com/doc/29787271/Environmental-Law-In-Malaysia#scribd
Life expectancy: 74.75 years
GDP per capita: 7304.14
Crime Rating: High
Robberies, sometimes involving weapons,theft, purse snatching and pickpocketing, and residential burglaries,credit card fraud and automobile theft.
Life in Malaysia can be a beautiful and stressful experience at the same time.
http://www.geoba.se/population.php?pc=world&type=015&page=2
My everyday life would be peaceful and stressful at the same time. (Also have to keep guard of theft problems)
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