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PETALING JAYA: The death of a tiger in Kelantan has once again highlighted the never-ending conflict between animals and humans.
PETALING JAYA: Environmentalists are calling for amendments to existing forestry laws, claiming that logging was behind the massive landslides and floods that hit the country last month.
PETALING JAYA: Failure by the authorities to apply stringent protection on the environment and to regularly maintain hillslopes is an invitation to future tragedies, warn environmental groups following the latest Cameron Highlands landslide.
PETALING JAYA: The authorities should engage a task force to monitor “areas of concern” and, based on history, landslides may occur especially in areas where slopes are steep and have signs of erosion, says a soil expert.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will be among 28 countries putting their signatures to an initiative to protect forests during the United Nations Climate Conference in Glasgow, Scotland.
PETALING JAYA: The government’s initiative to tackle climate change issues under Budget 2022 is commendable although more can be done, say local environmental non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
IT’S not only the plastic trash that we can see with our naked eyes that we should be concerned about.
Environmentalists are worried we may be producing more plastic waste as we live with the coronavirus. But the authorities say recycling efforts are on track, while a smaller percentage of plastic waste was recorded last year.
The country is targeting to increase its recycling rate by 2% per year until 2025, says the Housing and Local Government Ministry.
IPOH: The first step in effectively managing plastic waste well must be done at home. The Malaysian Nature Society renewed its call to separate plastic waste before these types of waste reached landfills.