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Universiti Malaya maximises recycling to minimise its waste.
Our discards are turning oceans into a plastic soup.
Japan is criticised for using 'scientific research' as an excuse to hunt whales, but Europe is doing the same thing with electric pulse trawling.
How forests are defined can affect aerial monitoring of deforestation.
Advances in mapping technology helps us keep a closer eye on the world’s forests.
Newly-appointed Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) president Abdul Hamid Hussain wants to make the area a better place for residents.
MIRI: Huge quantities of illegally harvested logs, worth millions of ringgit, are believed to be smuggled out regularly from illegal logging camps in the state.
Supervisors in charge of street cleaning and garbage collection in all local authorities will be held responsible to ensure high service standards by contractors.
KUALA SELANGOR: There must be interagency and community-based partnerships to fight forest fires, especially at peatland forest reserves. says Selangor Forestry Department director Dr Puat Dahalan.
MALACCA: With the onset of the hot season, tourists visiting the historical city have been advised to drink a lot of water to stay hydrated.
SEREMBAN: Syarikat Air Negri Sembilan Sdn Bhd (Sains) will extend scheduled water rationing for the Rembau and Tampin districts following the continued shortage of water at Gemencheh Dam.
KUALA LUMPUR: Many of the towns worst hit by floods last year such as Kuala Krai in Kelantan are located in valley areas where rivers meet.
PUTRAJAYA: A dedicated agency in charge of natural disasters will be formed to manage all related aspects, including evacuation and rescue efforts.
IN A press statement issued on Thursday, the Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) said it was aware of the objections made by residents over the proposed redevelopment of the PKNS sports complex and field in Kelana Jaya.
THE embankment of Sungai Keledang near RPT Sri Aman, Menglembu is badly damaged and any sudden deluge would cause the river to swell and overflow, flooding parts of the housing estate.
Eco-viaducts are built to facilitate movements of wildlife, but do they work?
Our blood cockles are dying. Can we stop the killing?
Growing e-waste problem
Saving the Terengganu coastline from erosion
Whale sharks in trouble
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