WWF Malaysia urges close scrutiny on Sabah's carbon trading deal

KOTA KINABALU: WWF Malaysia is voicing "grave concern" over the Sabah Nature Conservation Agreement (NCA) for carbon trading, and wants the state to relook the deal's terms and conditions with Singapore and Australia-linked companies.

WWF Malaysia conservation director Dr Henry Chan (pic) said close scrutiny into the terms for the 100-year carbon trading deal must ensure that it adheres to existing protocols and safeguards for all affected parties, especially native communities.

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