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Sabah to gear towards renewable energy to safeguard habitats, preserve livelihoods


KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government has been urged to focus its time and resources on renewable and cleaner energy options, rather than the potential of coal energy.

Non-governmental organisation Land Empowerment Animals People (LEAP) Executive Chairperson Cynthia Ong said coal energy was a dying industry all over the world, and it was not feasible for Sabah.

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