Tengah Island Conservation (TIC) is a biodiversity management initiative located on the island’s Long Beach. Founded and partially funded by Batu Batu, TIC is dedicated to the research, rehabilitation and regeneration of our natural environment.
 

 INFORM. INSPIRE. INVOLVE

 
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Tengah Island Conservation (TIC) is a non-profit biodiversity management initiative located on Pulau Tengah, an island within the Johor Marine Park, Malaysia. TIC is dedicated to the research, rehabilitation and regeneration of our natural environment. Our systemic and community-driven approach is to conserve and protect flora, fauna and marine ecosystems by informing, inspiring and involving relevant stakeholders, government, biodiversity specialists, the tourism industry, and local community.

 
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our vision

malaysian ecosystems, full of life and rich in biodiversity, where threatened species and local communities thrive side by side

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our mission

to protect and preserve marine and terrestrial biodiversity through scientific research, management, training and outreach. By empowering local communities through education, engagement and employment in conservation projects we will safeguard our environment for future generations.

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our goals

healthy ecosystems and protection of flora and fauna

clean and plastic free oceans

a love and understanding for biodiversity and wildlife in the community

sustainable communities - people thriving in harmony with nature

 
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Our Objectives

  • To study, research, asses and monitor the condition of biodiversity.

  • To increase scientific knowledge in order to enhance understanding and conservation of our environment.

  • To manage, protect and restore areas important for conservation – preserving and enriching coral reefs, sea grass beds, beaches, forests and other critical ecosystems and the species which reside within them.

  • To research, monitor and protect the populations of Endangered Green turtles and Critically Endangered Hawksbill turtles and to increase their survival rates through effective management, best practice and awareness.

  • To take measures to assist official efforts for management and conservation of biodiversity.

 
  • To educate tourists and local communities within the Marine Park on the need for, and importance of, marine and terrestrial conservation.

  • To develop sustainable relationships with local communities and organizations, encouraging eco-tourism practices, sustainable living and conservation of our environment.

  • To empower local communities through education, involvement and employment in biodiversity conservation and eco-tourism projects.

  • To promote partnerships and collaborations between like-minded individuals and organisations.

 

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our commitment

At TIC we are committed to taking action towards positive change in the world. We’ve made a voluntary commitment through our projects to support the following UN Sustainable Development Goals: