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FEDERAL Territories Ministry has embarked on a massive tree-planting exercise that will see 900,000 trees being planted in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya in the next four years.
RESIDENTS of Park Lane OUG in Kuala Lumpur woke up one morning to the unpleasant sight of thousands of dead fish washed along the riverbanks of Sungai Kuyoh near the Kampung Bohol flood retention pond.
SEVERAL shoots of the Aglaonema plant, popularly known as Chinese evergreen, have disappeared from Jalan Desa Kiara in Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.
Parliamentarians: Govt should grant early, conditional release to prisoners with minor offences to curb Covid-19 spread
PETALING JAYA: The government should grant “managed early or conditional release” from prisons and detention centres to reduce overcrowding and curb the spread of Covid-19, says a group of parliamentarians and experts.
Kuala Lumpur will be transformed into a street art capital, adorned with giant mural paintings through the beautification of back lanes and in between buildings in the city.
Here's a nature-friendly space in KL to encourage good reading habits in the community.
Buoyant airport to restore natureAN airport designed to float in the sea to address land reclamation controversies won the People’s Choice Award at the latest Fentress Global Challenge.
THE Covid-19 pandemic and movement control order (MCO) have made people realise the importance of nature’s resources and the need to care for it for our health and well-being, says Faizal Parish.Groups’ contributions towards Sg Klang recognised