PTMP has failed: Terminate all agreements with SRS Consortium

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Draft Penang Hill special area plan: What you need to know

Are you concerned about the planned Penang Hill cable car? The large structures being proposed for the Penang Hill summit centre? Join Penang Forum on...

Penang state government should not burden people with more risks

Penang Forum has repeatedly alerted the Penang state government to the financial risks of funding the PTMP with revenue from land reclamation. The Penang state...
water catchement area and forests in Penang

Why Penang must say no to cable car project

Penang Hills Watch (PHW) refers to a news report which highlighted the proposal for an over RM300m cable car route from Penang Hill to...

Don’t resume logging in Ulu Muda permanent forest reserves in Kedah

Penang Forum supports the call by Dato’ Ir Jaseni Maidinsa, the CEO of Perbadanan Belakan Air Pulau Pinang, in his press statement of 29...

Martin Khor – champion of global sustainability who did not forget Penang

Penang Forum is deeply saddened and distressed by the loss of Martin Khor. We grieve with his family especially his partner and Penang Forum committee...

Three water intake points so near proposed Penang mega-highway

Penang Hills Watch would like to bring attention to our finding that three water intake points of the Penang Water Supply Corporation (PBAPP) in...

Tiada justifikasi untuk membazirkan jutaan ringgit membina laluan bawah tanah (Malay/English)

Penang Forum: Majlis Bandaraya Pulau Pinang bercadang untuk membelanjakan RM55 juta bagi membina laluan bawah tanah menghubungkan Jalan Mount Erskine ke Jalan Burmah...

Leading questions in Penang LRT questionnaire result in inflated 97% approval rate

Penang Forum is alarmed that the Penang government could claim that 97% of close to 3,000 respondents had indicated support for the proposed elevated...

Penang Hills Watch: Stream flows through illegal quarry into nearby bay

Penang Hills Watch (PHW) refers to the Star article on 1 October 2019 which highlighted illegal granite quarry activities in Teluk Bahang. It was...

Not just sand-mining, but also reclamation reduces fish catch

The fishermen and farmers of Malaysia upon whose blood, sweat, and toil the nation was built, deserve better, says Khoo Salma Nasution. We read with...

Lost Paradise Resort landslide underscores fragility of hill slopes

Penang Forum deeply regrets the tragic loss of four lives in the 25 June 2019 landslide at the Lost Paradise Resort, Tanjung Bungah. ...