Environmental conservation challenges under Perikatan Nasional

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Deforestation in Malaysian Borneo - Photograph: Rhett Butler/mongabay.com.

Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin announced his new cabinet line-up on 9 March. BFM look at the ministries that will be taking care of our environment and natural resources. It also discusses with Surin Suksuwan, a member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s world commission on protected areas, some of the most pressing issues that the new cabinet will need to handle.

Produced by Juliet Jacobs

Presented by Sharmilla Ganesan and Lim Sue Ann

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nair
nair
12 Mar 2020 9.51am

Its the joke of the year seeing 3 Male Ministers handling these Ministries while 1 single pregnant women handled it previously. Not to forget the cost $$$$$$$$$$$ involving hundreds of staffs assigned to each minister. What a shame…….end of the day no benefit to Rakyat but only beneficial to Poli Ticks…..