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Maldives vows to be first carbon-neutral nation

MALE (Reuters) - The Maldives will shift entirely to renewable energy over the next decade to become the first carbon-neutral nation and fight climate change that threatens the low-lying archipelago's existence, the president said on Sunday.

Lynas looks for new source of funds for RM1bil plant

Australia-based Lynas Corp Ltd, which has temporarily suspended the construction of its RM1.2bil lathanide plant in Kuantan, is looking at various options to realign new funding to re-start its maiden project in Malaysia.

Company to abide by minimum level radiation emission

Radiation emitted by the industrial waste from an Australian-based mineral exploration and chemical processing company here at Gebeng industrial site will be set at a minimum level.

Tight watch on Aussie company

The operations of an Australian mineral exploration and chemical processing company at the Gebeng industrial site here will be strictly monitored to ensure minimum environmental damage.

Adnan: Pahang being transformed by ECER projects

The East Coast Economic Region (ECER) development masterplan which involves the states of Pahang, Terengganu, Kelantan and parts of Johor (Mersing) will transform Pahang into a rapidly-developing region when the projects take off.

Vastalux slips on falling crude oil prices

THE immediate future for companies in the oil and gas industry may not be very bright with the price of a barrel of crude oil falling on growing fears of a worldwide recession.

Aussie firm to invest RM1b in lathanides plant

Lynas Corporation Ltd, an Australian mineral exploration and chemical processing company, will invest RM1bil to produce lathanides at the Gebeng industrial area here.

Lynas Corp to set up RM1b plant in Pahang

Australian mineral exploration and chemical processing company Lynas Corp Ltd plans to invest RM1bil to build a facility to process lathanides in Pahang.

A must-watch programme

Today, the National Geographic Channel will examine the irreversible changes of global warming in a two-hour special entitled I>Six Degrees Could Change the World/I>.

Hot issue

A new feature by National Geographic Channel drives home how dangerously close the planet is - a mere six degrees! - from the devastating effects of global warming.