Group: Tasik Chini can be saved

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 03 Aug 2004

KUANTAN: Concerted efforts from the Government and the public need to be made to save the natural environment of Tasik Chini, the head of an environmental organisation said. 

Sustainable Development Network Malaysia (Susden) president Bishan Singh said there was no point in everyone pointing fingers at each other for the deteriorating condition of Tasik Chini, which is the second-largest freshwater lake in the country. 

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