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GEORGE TOWN: Severe soil erosion along the coastline may result in loss of marine life on the seafloor, says Prof Datuk Dr Aileen Tan.
THE theme of this year’s International Women’s Day celebration – ‘Choose to Challenge’ –is proven to be a meaningful one, said Penang women and family development committee chairman Chong Eng.
THE second phase of a study on what is causing the jellyfish population to bloom in the sea around Penang has been launched.
GEORGE TOWN: Scientists’ efforts to find solutions to the growing box jellyfish problem in Penang are being hobbled by a lack of funds.
GEORGE TOWN: The sea looked cleaner and the sky looked brighter when almost the whole world recently went into a lockdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. But did the environment really get better?
BALIK PULAU: The red tide that killed tens of thousands of farmed fish in Penang and Perak is now heading to Kedah.
GEORGE TOWN: One of the dirtiest rivers in the country is not dirty any more. Thanks to the movement control order (MCO).
GEORGE TOWN: The surface of Sungai Pinang is now covered with a layer of black sludge due to the dry season, further polluting one of the country’s dirtiest rivers.
GEORGE TOWN: Growing a type of seaweed (called caulerpa racemosa) along the coast of newly reclaimed sites is vital to draw marine life back to their habitat.