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A continuous 
problem: It is a daily routine for Alam Flora staff to clear rubbish illegally dumped, despite the
signboard, along Jalan Thamby Abdullah in 
Brickfields.

DBKL urged to provide alternative collection spot for rubbish

30 September 2014

NOTHING has been done about an illegal rubbish dump that has been operating in Brickfields for the past year.

Beautification programme: Ahmad Phesal (seated centre) signing the MoU for River Of Life. Standing are (from right) Alam Flora chief executive officer Mohd Zain Hassan and Hanapi (white shirt).

Sg Bunus next on clean-up list

30 September 2014

The River of Life Outreach Programme has entered the second phase, which will cover the Sungai Bunus river basin.

Selangor MB Azmin Ali (second from right) and council president Datuk Asmawi Kasbi (right) handing  the globe to two students as a symbol of leaving a green future to the next generation.

Green vision for township

29 September 2014

THE Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) has set its sights on turning Subang Jaya into a “Green City” by 2030 and has embarked on the action plan that combines the MPSJ 2012-2030 strategic plan, the MPSJ Local Plan and the MPSJ traffic and transportation plan.

Forest City project developers to make DEIA report public

29 September 2014

JOHOR BARU: Following concerns raised by affected residents and environmentalists over the massive Forest City project, the developers will make public the detailed environmental impact assessment (DEIA) of the 2,000ha man-made island, which is touted to be larger than Pangkor island.

MAS keeping tabs after Mount Ontake eruption

29 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airlines is closely monitoring the situation in central Japan following the eruption at Mount Ontake, the country’s second highest volcano.

MNS: Development along Johor coastline affecting bird migration

28 September 2014

JOHOR BARU: The massive developments taking place along the Johor coastline may affect the annual migration of thousands of birds that flocked here from East Asia to Australia, says the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS).

Product preview: Shoppers looking at makeup and beauty products made from cocoa. The products will only be marketed next year.

Looking good with cocoa on your face

28 September 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: “Hot chocolate” looks great on you! Vibrant shades of eyeshadow and lipsticks made of cocoa are going to hit the market soon.

Hard at work: Workers bringing wood to rebuild the planewalk.

Work to reconstruct park planewalk

27 September 2014

SIBU: Work to reconstruct a 1km planewalk at the Bukit Lima Forest Park (BLFP) which was extensively damaged by fire in July would take two more weeks to complete.

Massive clean-up: Council workers clearing the mud at Taman Terubong Jaya in Paya Terubong, Penang, after continuous rain washed earth from a nearby hillslope.

Third mudslide in area rattles residents

27 September 2014

GEORGE TOWN: Some 200 apartment residents in Taman Terubong Jaya in Paya Terubong are worried for their safety following a mudslide in the area after several days of continuous rain.

Climate change falls hardest on women: UN

26 September 2014

Women must take a greater leadership role in fighting climate change because its effects fall hardest on them, according to the UN.

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