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AS part of its corporate social responsibility, a developer launched a green partnership programme with an international school to increase public awareness on the need to preserve Mother Earth
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian film producer Sean Lin’s film Sleepless, which features the impact of climate change on the lives of indigenous nomadic reindeer herders in Mongolia, won the Best Short Film Award at the 12th Kuala Lumpur International Eco Film Festival (KLEFF) Awards.
SIXTEEN teams from several secondary schools in the Klang Valley have made it as finalists of the annual Anugerah Hijau (Green Awards) organised by environmental non-profit organisation EcoKnights.
PETALING JAYA: Social work must not be done without taking the time to understand the true needs of the target groups they are helping.
ACTRESS Maya Karin makes a conscious effort to keep food containers in her car to pack leftover food when she dines out or if there is excess food at events.
IN a world fraught with worries pertaining to climate change and unsustainability, it is refreshing to hear of property developers championing green initiatives and integrating sustainable practices into their work.
Self-help guru Marie Kondo, celebrity Chrissy Teigen, environmentalist Yasmin Rasyid and politician Alexandra Ocasio are transformed into the meals that best represent them.
A letter from YASMIN RASYID, Founder and President, EcoKnights.
VANKE Group is one step closer to becoming an international success with the launch of its new Vanke Experiential Hall (VEH).