Programme to plant mangrove trees along coastline to continue, says Takiyuddin

PUTRAJAYA: The programme to plant mangrove trees and other suitable species along the country's coastlines, which increases mangrove forest protection while promoting conservation activities and raising public awareness, would be continued, says Datuk Seri Takiyuddin Hassan.

In a message in conjunction with World Wetlands Day, which is celebrated annually on Feb 2, the Energy and Natural Resources Minister said the ministry would be installing coastal blocks and eco-friendly raft piles to reduce coastal erosion at the Tanjung Piai Ramsar Site in Johor.

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