Future laws may make it a must for loggers to replant trees

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 01 Mar 2016

Survey drone: Dr Wan Junaidi (second from left) steering a drone. Drones are expected to be used by forestry officials to look for poachers and illegal loggers.

KUALA LUMPUR: Green laws in the near future may make it compulsory for loggers to replant trees immediately, to replace those they have cut down.

The idea was among others mooted as part of an international pledge to make sure that a 50% forest cover is kept.

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