‘Strategic green spaces can reduce urban temperatures’

A 2018 map of Johor Baru district showing substantial changes in land surface temperature compared to 13 years ago in 2005.

JOHOR Baru, with its robust ecosystem of economies and beautiful tourist destinations, is under threat from climate change.

A recent land surface temperature (LST) mapping study conducted by social purpose organisation Think City showed five cities in Malaysia recording higher temperatures over the last few decades.

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