Green lung under threat

— Photos: AZLINA ABDULLAH/The Star. Additional photos by ZAHAR AZ, ZAHARIL DZULKAFLY and ROSLI OMAR.

ANOTHER forest reserve in Selangor is under threat of degazettement, which will cut down the presently protected 958ha to a mere 28ha.

If the state government proceeds with its proposal to degazette some 97% of the Kuala Langat North Forest Reserve (KLNFR), it could mean total destruction of the forest and its biodiversity, which would adversely impact the indigenous people who rely on the forest.

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