GE15: Will Malaysia's next general election have a green agenda?

Before Covid-19 hit in 2020, some youth-led environmental groups had begun organising climate change rallies in cities. This was an event in Kuala Lumpur in September 2019. — Filepic/The Star

People are still angry though it’s been more than a month since floods devastated several villages along Sungai Kupang in Baling, Kedah, killing three – including a pregnant woman – and displacing some 3,000 villagers

They continue to blame a 1,200ha durian plantation on Gunung Inas for the July 4 disaster despite repeated calls by Kedah Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor to stop speculating and wait for the official report on the cause of the floods.

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