Malaysia is green and growing

Scenic view: A boat cruising on Temengor Lake in Perak. In the background is the Belum-Temengor rainforest, one of the world’s oldest. The Global Forest Resources Assessment 2015 states that Malaysia is managing its forest resources well.

MORE than 190 countries met in Paris last month, on the occasion of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21), and reached a deal to address the issue of climate change.

As always, forests and emissions from deforestation received attention throughout the conference.

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