YB Yeo at UN Climate Talks: We are better together

She called for more trust from developed nations, less burdensome reporting, and immediate action, together.

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Major Flood Impact – Calamity Beyond Land

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The recent flood happenings have taken a toll on Malaysia and her citizens; more than 240,000 victims were evacuated at one point of time. Kelantan is among the few states that is most severely affected by the flood. Heavy rainfall is usually what comes to mind when we discuss about the cause of these floods.…

David Suzuki Cries For His Grandkids on Radio

David Suzuki, Founder of the David Suzuki Foundation

David Suzuki, Founder of the David Suzuki Foundation

Award-winning scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster, Dr David Suzuki, breaks down in tears, as he talks about his fears over the future of the planet for his grandchildren. Suzuki also voices his long-time frustration at the obsession for economic growth at the sacrifice of nature, while urging us all to strive for better quality of life.


Original Podcast from http://www.bfm.my/breakfast-grille-david-suzuki.html

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Ucapan Menteri Sumber Asli dan Alam Sekitar in COP20

Datuk Seri G. Palanivel delivering the speech - video & full text below

UCAPAN YANG BERHORMAT MENTERI SUMBER ASLI DAN ALAM SEKITAR DI SEGMEN PERINGKAT TINGGI SEMASA COP20/CMP10 Tuan Presiden, Para Perwakilan, Tuan-tuan, dan Puan-puan, Delegasi Malaysia ingin merakamkan setinggi-tinggi penghargaan dan ucapan terima kasih kepada kerajaan dan rakyat Peru di atas layanan mesra yang diberikan kepada kami di bandar Lima yang bersejarah dan indah ini. Tuan Presiden,…

REDD in Malaysia

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Degradation and deforestation of the world’s tropical forests are cumulatively responsible for about 10% of net global carbon emissions. Therefore, tackling the destruction of tropical forests is core to any concerted effort to combat climate change (14). Traditional approaches to halting tropical forest loss have typically been unsuccessful, as can be seen from the fact that…

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