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Lynas touts commercialised waste, silent on risks

Company says non-radioactive waste can replace gypsum, but doesn't touch on other reported risks.

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What can one person do for the environment?

LETTER | People have become addicted to a disposable culture satisfied by cheap plastics.

by Sharan Raj
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Scaled-down Rimba Kiara project win-win solution - Minister

He also dismisses allegations of conflict of interest stemming from his position in the landowner, the Federal Territory Foundation.

by Bernama
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Goldman Sachs and other banks targeted by climate activists in London

The Extinction Rebellion group has spent 11 days disrupting London in a bid to force Britain to act.

by Dylan Martinez, Alex Fraser, Reuters
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Sg Kim Kim pollution: Another suspect charged

The S'pore national pled not guilty to abetting three others in disposing waste into the river.

by Bernama
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Swedish teen climate activist joins London protest as arrests top 830

Greta Thunberg urged climate change protesters to never give up their campaign.

by Reuters
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Sabah sets up 'Green Food Corridor' to give elephants safe passage

Deputy CM says one measure involves plantation owners allowing areas to be used as elephant paths. 

by Bernama
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Penang CM: Final PIL1 design will meet PWD guidelines

Chow Kon Yeow concedes there was an oversight in the project's DEIA report.

by Susan Loone
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Sumatran rhinos no longer seen in Sabah - state minister

Explorers and camera traps in Lahad Datu forest reserves fail to sight the animal in its former habitats, says Christina Liew.

by Bernama
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Penang needs a new economic vision

LETTER | Penang needs to use this opportunity of a "New Malaysia" to shift to a "New Penang".

by Ansari Zainul Abideen
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Two ways to solve evicted Cameron farmers' problem

LETTER | This is not purely an environmental issue, but social and economic impacts are also at stake.

by Chiong Yoke Kong
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MCA veep: Will Fuziah, Wong Tack concede to cabinet decision on Lynas?

Ti Lian Ker asks whether long-time Lynas critics will accept gov't conditions for mining firm to continue operations. 

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No need for committee to visit Lynas plant

MP SPEAKS | There is more than enough evidence of the activity and waste generated there.

by Wong Tack
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Dr M confirms Lynas allowed to continue operations, but with conditions

UPDATED 5.50PM | Lynas, or companies interested in taking over, must first reduce radioactive levels of raw materials prior to shipment to M’sia.

by Lu Wei Hoong
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Transfer for Johor DOE director who handled Sg Kim Kim chemical crisis

He however says that it is a promotion and not a 'negative' move.

by Bernama
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Ammonia pollution cuts water supply to Kulai

The Johor exco says the cause is a leak from biocomposite centre, which forced several water treatment plants to shut down.

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