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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.
THE nation is expected to bridge the interests of developing and developed countries in the crucial climate change summit next month, a European Union (EU) senior official said, as countries have been unable to resolve financing issues to meet the goals outlined in the Paris Agreement.
NESTLE Malaysia continues to make progress in its commitment to a waste-free future, with the expansion of its door-to-door collection and recycling programme to Subang Jaya.
BEIJING (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Some 195 countries have pledged to come up with an “ambitious and transformative” plan to reverse biodiversity loss, saying “strong political momentum” was needed to meet the “defining challenge of this decade”.
PORT DICKSON: As visitors are expected to throng Port Dickson this weekend following the government’s decision to lift the interstate travel ban, it is important for the public to always keep the beach clean and not litter because plastic waste can pose a threat to hawksbill and green turtles.
A key UN summit tasked with protecting biodiversity officially opens in China and online Monday, as countries meet to tackle pollution and prevent mass extinction weeks before the COP26 climate conference.
From the boutiques of Christian Dior to royal wedding favours, jute is growing in popularity worldwide as demand for alternatives to plastic soars.
WITH monsoon season approaching, Ipoh folk are worried about the possibility of flash floods during downpours due to rubbish- clogged drains.