More eco-schools in Kedah

Going green: (From left) Themudu, Nadeson, Mahadi, Jamilah, Girodon, Ismail, Lim, Ratha Krishnan and Chan pose for a photo after the launch.

A TOTAL of 12 schools in Langkawi will soon join those in Melaka to wave their own “Green Flag” and be known as eco-schools.

The world’s largest sustainable schools programme — The Eco-Schools Programme is expanding to the island after being adopted by more than 300 schools in Malaysia.

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