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KUALA LUMPUR, July 4 (Thomson Reuters Foundation): An Indonesian government plan to develop a huge farm on Borneo island would likely increase planet-warming carbon emissions and forest-fire risks, while missing its goal to improve food security, environmentalists have warned.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is fully supportive of greater civil society engagements in the United Nations as well as strengthening multilateralism, says Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein.
Statues represent memories of the past, both glory and shame. With Bristol taking down the statue of slave trader, later philanthropist Edward Colston (1636-1721), US protestors have started taking down statues of Civil War or slave-tainted personalities. Law and order President Trump want to protect statues against desecration.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The two types of locusts swarming and attacking vegetation in Laos and India will not be migrating to Thailand because the weather here is not suitable for them to reproduce, Department of Agriculture’s director general Sermsuk Salakpetch said.
LONDON/WASHINGTON/GENEVA (Reuters) - Climate change may be having its day in court.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The next six months under the German presidency of the European Union will be crucial for the bloc's future, the EU's chief executive said on Thursday, warning that delays on agreeing a recovery fund will cost jobs.
KUALA LUMPUR: Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM) launched the Morgan Stanley Global Balanced Sustainable Fund on Thursday.