Preserve Greater Ulu Muda Forest and protect it from logging, says coalition


PETALING JAYA: A coalition of organisations and individuals working to protect the 160,000ha Greater Ulu Muda Forest has expressed concern over an announcement by Mentri Besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor (pic) that they need to allow logging to avoid legal claims amounting to RM1.5bil.

The Friends of Ulu Muda (FOUM) raised the alarm following the new PAS-led Kedah government's announcement that they need to allow logging to avoid legal implications.

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