‘Concerted efforts a must to address climate change’


Bags of fabric and used clothing collected at UTM’s drive-through recycling programme at Sutera Mall, Johor Baru.

THE onus to attempt to reverse the damage brought on by climate change is on each of us, says the Johor chapter of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC).

UNGC Network Malaysia and Brunei’s Johor director Edey Suresh said concerted effort from both the public and private sectors, as well as the community at large, was needed to fight climate change.

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