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JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Indonesia will respect Singapore’s investigation into individuals and companies implicated in the 2015 peatland and forest fires, on the condition that the investigation does not violate Indonesian sovereignty or international law.
Indonesia will respect international law as Singapore investigates forest fires causing haze pollution
JAKARTA (The Straits Times/ANN): Indonesia has pledged to respect international law as Singapore investigates companies and individuals linked to the 2015 land and forest fires that enshrouded the region in toxic haze.
From PROFESSOR DATUK DR AHMAD IBRAHIM, Fellow, Academy of Sciences Malaysia.
From HAFIZ HASSAN, Melaka.
MALAYSIA has not experienced a revolution or a full-fledged civil war in the modern era (although World War II and the Emergency were bloody). We did not wage a violent war of independence against colonial masters. Rather, we underwent a comparatively peaceful and consultative process to determine the institutions, laws and modes of government that were appropriate for us. We have not been the victim of serious economic sanctions, trade embargoes or blockades. We experience few natural disasters.
PETALING JAYA: In an attempt to raise awareness of biodiversity issues, two Malaysians have created a card game centred around Malaysian wildlife.
PASIR GUDANG: The state government hopes to receive a portion of the allocation given to beef up the Department of Environment (DOE) and Chemistry Department, to improve the environment here.
PETALING JAYA: Despite the government’s focus on the environment, the sector emerged as one of the smallest beneficiaries of Budget 2020.
PETALING JAYA: The Budget 2020 allocation for the environment sector saw a dip compared with the previous year, leading to questions whether it is enough for the nation to weather the impact of climate change.