Puncanya adalah dari kebakaran padang gambut di Indonesia, and kerajaan Malaysia sepatutnya bekerjasama dengan kerajaan Indonesia untuk menangani masalah ini, ujar Jeyakumar Devaraj.
Mustafa K Anuar ushers in the New Year by sharing with us some of his unorthodox resolutions.
Dave Anthony says that an escape clause should be inserted into contracts to ensure that corporate projects unfriendly to the people and/or the environment can be terminated without compensation by subsequent administrations.
Save Malaysia Stop Lynas (SMSL) is outraged that despite two impending judicial reviews at the Kuantan High Court and an appeal case for judicial review in Putrajaya, the government proceeded to issue a temporary operating licence (TOL) to Lynas yesterday.
Anil Netto reports on the rising tide of environmental consciousness in the country boosted by a new wired-on generation.
With household debt and federal government debt indicators rising and natural resources being depleted, it cannot be business as usual for the Malaysian economy. Anil Netto says it is time for a radical re-think of the economy.
The following resolutions were adopted by participants of ‘Penang Forum 4: Development and Good Governance’ on 18 December 2011 at the Caring Society Complex, Penang.
A broad-ranging environmental movement calling itself Green Voters 2.0 was launched on 1 October to call on elected reps to declare their stand on various environmental issues.
Bolivia has approved an historic law which gives nature ‘rights’ and mandates a radical ecological transition of the country’s economy and society, reports Nick Buxton.
As the costs of subduing nature to build mega dams become more evident, we should combine the wisdom of traditional approaches with the potential of modern technology to devise policies that respect the limits of our ecosystems, writes Peter Bosshard.