Himpunan Hijau involves international NGOs in its anti-Lynas campaigns

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  • Saturday, 24 Aug 2013

KUALA LUMPUR: Himpunan Hijau is pulling in international non-government organisations (NGOs) in its campaign to shut down Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP) in Gebeng, Kuantan.

“We will work with foreign NGOs like Greenpeace Southeast Asia and those in Australia to put pressure on financial institutions and other companies that support them, until it (Lynas) shuts down,” said Himpunan Hijau chairperson Wong Tack at a press conference on Saturday.

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