Respect nature and the environment


  • Nation
  • Monday, 22 Apr 2019

Going green: Celadon City by Gamuda Land features the biggest privately-funded park in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

SHAH ALAM: Planet or Plastic? is the theme of this year’s Earth Day Run in Kota Kemuning, organised by National Geographic in partnership with town-maker Gamuda Land in conjunction with Earth Month in April.

Back for the second year, the run on April 28 is a multi-year project by National Geographic and Gamuda Land to raise awareness of plastic pollution and aimed at reducing the amount of single-use plastics that ends up in the world’s oceans.

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