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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 carcasses of dead fish washed up along several beaches here are not a sign of an impending disaster, says the Penang Fisheries Department.
PETALING JAYA: The overall health of coral reefs in Malaysia is considered to be “fair”, but has been slowly declining in the last five years, according to a report by Reef Check Malaysia.
BOULOGNE-SUR-MER, France (Reuters) - For the British government, a successful Brexit means re-asserting economic sovereignty and landing a trade deal with Europe. Trawler captain Stephane Fait and his fellow French fisherman could sink that plan.
BANGKOK: Thai retailers kicked off 2020 with a ban on single-use plastic bags, joining the battle against throwaway carriers in the South-East Asian nation where citizens go through an average of eight every day.
(Reuters) - Microscopic pieces of plastic have been discovered in the most remote locations, from the depths of the ocean to Arctic ice - and in our bodies as we breathe in and eat microplastic, and drink plastic-infused water every day.
KOTA KINABALU: Shellfish, including clams, oysters and snails, are not safe for consumption for the time being, due to toxic algae blooming or red tide in waters of Kuala Penyu.
KOTA BARU: Dangerous sea conditions during the north-east monsoon may be keeping fishermen along the east coast off their boats but this doesn’t mean Isa Hassan is remaining idle.
BALIK PULAU: A loggerhead turtle is now back to its globe-trotting ways, two months after it was rescued by fishermen when it got snared in an abandoned trawler’s net.