Universiti Sains Malaysia, Centre for Policy Research and International Studies Director, Assoc Prof Dr Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk, says Permatang Pauh MP Nurul Izzah Anwar deserves commendation for her objection of Penang South Reclamation Project.
With the Federal Park secured, it is time for a holistic re-think for the common good, says Friends of Bukit Kiara.
In conjunction with Earth Day today, Twentytwo13 speaks to two Malaysian environmentalists to learn what our nation of 32 million people can do to protect nature and be advocates of conservation.
Friends of Bukit Kiara (FoBK) will host a series of events in conjunction with Earth Day on Thursday.
Discover unique wildlife, an incredible number of invertebrate species, including fireflies, or choose to mountain bike or hike in the trails of this large green open space in Kuala Lumpur.
Friends of Bukit Kiara (FoBK) president Kribanandan Gurusamy Naidu pays tribute to those who played an instrumental role in the partial gazettement of Bukit Kiara Federal Park.
Environmentalist Puan Sri Shariffa Sabrina Syed Akil is not against development but says it mustn’t be at the expense of nature.
Efforts to clean up Klang River are starting to bear fruit but businesses, especially those dealing with fast-moving consumer goods, must recognise that their discarded products are major contributors to river pollution.
Crimes against nature will continue if the authorities allow economic benefits to override environmental safety, says Association for the Protection of the Natural Heritage of Malaysia (Peka).
Sustainability and green initiatives top Inner Wheel Club Taiping’s agenda as they hope to collaborate with Taiping Municipal Council and partner Sekolah Semangat Maju to educate masses more about environment.
There is a dire need to allocate more funds to protect the environment so that Malaysian youths will live in better surroundings.