The climate crisis: No more talk, it's time for action


Dr Jemilah will be using her new column to help Malaysians understand just how bad things are for the planet and how we can make changes that will help planetary recovery. — Sunway Planetary Health Centre

Tan Sri Prof Dr Jemilah Mahmood is in a hurry, and for good reason, because there is really no time to waste.

As professor and executive director of the Sunway Centre for Planetary Health, established in August, her goal is on point: to create an urgency among Malaysians on the need to change and take action to protect the planet.

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