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Topic: Climate Change

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M'sia may enact law to hold companies liable for contributing to haze, says Dr M
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia may consider enacting a law that allows it to take action against Malaysian companies operating overseas that are found guilty of contributing...
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Cabinet to discuss next course of action to tackle haze issue, says Saifuddin
Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said the next course of action over the worsening haze condition will be discussed in Cabinet on Wednesday, adding that he, together with Energy, Science, Tec...
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Tenaga subject to pricing, take-up risk under Malaysia electricity masterplan: Hong Leong
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 17): Hong Leong Investment Bank Bhd said today Tenaga Nasional Bhd may face long-term earnings risk related to electricity pricing and take-up rate based on the auction mechanism un...
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Tenaga subject to pricing, take-up risk under Malaysia electricity masterplan...
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 17): Hong Leong Investment Bank Bhd said today Tenaga Nasional Bhd may face long-term earnings risk related to electricity pricing and take-up rate based on the auction mechanism un...
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Govt to liberalise power industry
KUALA LUMPUR: The Cabinet has approved a 10-year masterplan to reform the domestic power industry, in which the government will now stop approving new independent power production projects that come w...
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Malaysia ready to help Indonesia in tackling haze problem: Yeo
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia will support Indonesia in any way possible to tackle the haze problem, said Energy, Science, Technology, Environment, and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin (pix).
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Indonesia rejects Putrajaya's complaints of cross-border haze
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 13): Indonesia today rejected Putrajaya’s complaints about health-impairing haze “drifting from its forest fires across the border”, reported Reuters.
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Young Malaysians: Stop blaming and do something
KUALA LUMPUR: With the haze expected to get even worse, governments should stop playing the blame game and do something concrete about the annual scourge, say...
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PM will write to President Jokowi about transboundary haze
JOHOR BARU: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (pix) will write to Indonesian President Joko Widodo as soon as possible regarding the transboundary haze issue.
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Dr M to write to President Jokowi about transboundary haze
JOHOR BARU (Bernama): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad will write to Indonesian President Joko Widodo as soon as possible regarding the...
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PM will write to President Jokowi about transboundary haze
JOHOR BAHRU (Sept 12): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad will write to Indonesian President Joko Widodo as soon as possible regarding the transboundary haze issue.
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PM will write to President Jokowi about transboundary haze
Downtown Kuala Lumpur is shrouded in haze as API readings continue to increase in the capital.
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'The facts speak for themselves': Malaysia minister Yeo Bee Yin slams Indonesia's denial of haze
PETALING JAYA - Malaysian Energy, Science, Technology, Environment, and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin says that data clearly shows that Indonesia is responsible for the haze in the country.
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'The facts speak for themselves': Malaysia minister Yeo Bee Yin slams Indonesia's denial of haze
PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Energy, Science, Technology, Environment, and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin says that data clearly shows that Indonesia is responsible for the haze i...
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Yeo Bee Yin’s defamation suit against Jamal most likely to be settled amicably
KUALA LUMPUR: The defamation suit filed by Energy, Green Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin against Sungai Besar Umno division chief Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos in ...
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Yeo on Indonesia's denial of haze: The facts speak for itself
PETALING JAYA: Energy, Science, Technology, Environment, and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin says that data clearly shows that Indonesia is responsible...
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Yeo’s defamation suit against Jamal most likely to be settled amicably
KUALA LUMPUR: The defamation suit filed by Energy, Green Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin (pix) against Sungai Besar Umno division chief Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yun...
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Yeo's defamation suit against Jamal likely to be settled amicably - lawyer
The defamation suit filed by Energy, Green Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin against Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Yunos in connection with the Yayasan Warisan A...
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Yeo Bee Yin's defamation suit against Jamal most likely to be settled amicably
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 11): The defamation suit filed by Energy, Green Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin against Sungai Besar Umno division chief Datuk Seri Jamal Md...
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To ease haze, Malaysia ready to give Indonesia a helping hand to put out forest fires
KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysia is all ready to help Indonesia put out its raging fires in Kalimantan and Sumatra in order to ease the severe haze in the region, said Energy, Scie...
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Fishermen must adapt to survive, says Sim
GEORGE TOWN: Climate change is among the factors impacting Malaysia’s fisheries industry, said Deputy Agriculture and Agro-based Industries Minister Sim Tze Tzin.
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Open bidding bringing down cost of generating renewable energy
PETALING JAYA: The cost of generating electricity is poised to drop with newer renewable energy (RE) projects because of improvements in technology and the...
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KPMG report finds CEOs optimistic over growth despite anxiety over threats
ACCORDING to the 2019 Global CEO Outlook published by KPMG International, business leaders are optimistic about the future with 94% confident about their organisation’s growth prospects, an increase...
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Solar power more competitive than gas
KUALA LUMPUR: Solar power has now become more competitive than gas for electricity generation, according to Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change, and...
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Solar electricity cheaper to produce, Yeo says as LSS3 bid closes
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 3): Malaysia will see a more competitive and diversified power generation mix as bidding under the third cycle of the Large-Scale Solar (LSS3) scheme shows that solar-based electric...
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Solar electricity cheaper to produce, Yeo says as LSS3 bid closes
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 3): Malaysia will see a more competitive and diversified power generation mix as bidding under the third cycle of the Large-Scale Solar (LSS3) scheme shows that solar-based electric...
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Malaysia needs independent authority to monitor climate change, says UN rights expert
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 23 — Malaysia needs to set up an independent authority to monitor and devise policies on climate change, according to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and h...
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OSK partners Japan's Marubeni to bid for large scale solar project
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 20): OSK Holdings Bhd is partnering Japan’s Marubeni Corp to jointly bid for a large scale solar photovolatic plant in Peninsular Malaysia, under the government’s third cycle of ...
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OSK partners Japan's Marubeni to bid for large scale solar project
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 19): OSK Holdings Bhd is partnering Japan’s Marubeni Corp to jointly bid for a large scale solar photovolatic plant in Peninsular Malaysia, under the government’s third cycle of ...
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Singtel one of 28 global companies committed to new climate targets
SINGTEL is the only Southeast Asian firm in a  pioneering group of 28 global companies to have committed to new and more aggressive climate targets.
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Yeo Bee Yin, Jamal Yunos unable to settle defamation suit
KUALA LUMPUR (July 24): The High Court today made another bid for Energy, Green Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin to settle her defamation suit against Umno lead...
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Land reclamation project could put coastal areas in danger, says expert
GEORGE TOWN: Rising sea levels could put land reclamation in danger if there are no provisions to increase the levels of artificial islands above the current sea level.
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Ensure no lopsided deals if TNB monopoly ends, economists tell govt
PETALING JAYA: An economist has warned Putrajaya against creating independent power producers (IPPs) with lopsided agreements if it decides to end the monopoly of Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB), amid news ...
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Lowering voting age a first step for climate action
HUMANS are left with only 11 more years to make changes in their global energy infrastructure and adapt to climate change, which is arguably the biggest threat to humanity.
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Angry dad rebukes Malaysian officials dealing with Pasir Gudang pollution incidents
JOHOR BARU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - An angry father delivered a rebuke to Malaysian officials reportedly arguing over who should pay for safety measures after the recent chemical pollution incid...
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Dad crashes Pasir Gudang meeting
JOHOR BARU: Idham Wazir A. Wahab, a father of five, is upset, claiming the government has not made any progress since the first chemical pollution case in Pasir Gudang in March.
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Source of toxic gases could be underground
I DID the first quantitative risk assessment (QRA) for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of a proposed large chemical plant in the Pasir Gudang industrial area in the late 1980s.
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Yeo: Pasir Gudang chemical factories must adopt nearby schools, provide mandatory gas detectors
JOHOR BARU: All chemical factories in Pasir Gudang are required to adopt schools nearest to their premises and provide them with mandatory gas detectors, says Yeo Bee Yin.
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My Say: Action on climate change is more urgent than you think
If you thought trade wars and the epic struggle for power between the US and China were bad, here is something that could be even worse.
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Five issues likely to dominate the G20 summit in Japan
OSAKA, June 27 — World leaders are descending on Osaka, west Japan, for a summit tomorrow and Saturday of the Group of 20 (G20) big economies.
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Recent cases still a mystery
PASIR GUDANG: Although it looks very much like a repeat of the Sungai Kim Kim chemical pollution incident, the recent cases of students here vomiting and having trouble breathing remain a mystery so far.
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Science proves anti-Lynas groundwater claims are false
LETTER | Recent groundwater monitoring conducted by the government proves there is no groundwater contamination caused by Lynas Malaysia’s operations.
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IOI Group founder, executive chairman dies at age of 79
PETALING JAYA: IOI Group founder and executive chairman Tan Sri Lee Shin Cheng has died at the age of 79.
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Global problem of illegal plastic waste
THE Malaysian government should be commended for acting assertively against the illegal importation of plastic waste.
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Importers of contaminated plastic waste are traitors - Yeo
PORT KLANG (May 28): Importers of prohibited plastic waste are traitors to the country and stern action will be taken against them, said Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment M...
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Climate change increasingly important to US voters
Climate change is rising up the list of voter concerns in the United States with nearly 40 percent saying the issue will be crucial in how they cast their ballots in the 2020 presidential election, ac...
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Climate Governance Initiative launches Malaysian chapter, first in Asia
KUALA LUMPUR (May 16): The Malaysian chapter of the Climate Governance Initiative (CGI), a project hosted by the World Economic Forum, has been launched, marking the first country in Asia to do so.
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Climate Governance Initiative launches Malaysian chapter, first in Asia
KUALA LUMPUR (May 16): The Malaysian chapter of the Climate Governance Initiative (CGI), a project hosted by the World Economic Forum, has been launched, marking the first country in Asia to do so.
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Germany’s Bosch aims to go carbon-neutral from 2020
FRANKFURT, May 9 — Car parts supplier Bosch said today it plans to produce zero net carbon emissions “from 2020” and to spend €2 billion (RM9.1 billion) on renewable electricity over the next ...
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The fears over new car tints are very revealing
LETTER | It is strange that Malaysians suddenly seem so jittery about increasing crimes, safety and security over the new rulings announced by the Ministry of Transport covering tinting of vehicle win...
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Yoursay: Now that Australia has spoken, Lynas should be shut down
YOURSAY | ‘If the waste is safe as claimed by Lynas, why didn’t Australia want to accept it back?’ Australia shoots down Putrajaya's bid to return Lynas' radioactive waste Ravinder: Lynas and th...
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Scientists warn a million species at risk of extinction
One million animal and plant species are at imminent risk of extinction due to humankind's relentless pursuit of economic growth, scientists said on Monday in a landmark report on the devastating impa...
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Sandakan by-election: Nothing much PBS can do, says Bee Yin
SANDAKAN: There is nothing much the PBS can do for the people of Sandakan because when the party was part of the previous government, it failed to deliver on its promises, said Energy, Science, Techno...
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Nothing much PBS can do for Sandakan folk, says Yeo
SANDAKAN (Bernama): There is nothing much the PBS can do for the people of Sandakan because when the party was part of the previous government, it failed to deliver on its promises, says Yeo Bee Yin.
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Sandakan by-election: Nothing much PBS can do - Bee Yin
SANDAKAN POLLS | There is nothing much the PBS can do for the people of Sandakan because when the party was part of the previous government, it failed to deliver on its promises, Energy, Science, Tech...
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Nothing much PBS can do for Sandakan residents after failed promises, says minister
SANDAKAN, April 30 ― There is nothing much the PBS can do for the people of Sandakan because when the party was part of the previous government, it failed to deliver on its promises, said Energy, Sc...
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Jamal in last-minute bid to keep Kok’s suit from hearing
KUALA LUMPUR: Red Shirts leader Jamal Yunos made a last-minute attempt today to stop the defamation suit against him by Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok over allegations of abuse of state funds ...
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Yoursay: M’sia must punish importers of dirty plastic severely
YOURSAY | ‘But first, do educate and enforce strict laws on our own law enforcers.’ 24 containers of dirty plastic from Spain smuggled into Port Klang Mari Kita Ubah: The investigations must cover...
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11 new Parliamentarian Select Committees to be set up
KUALA LUMPUR (April 25): Eleven new special Parliamentarian select committees are to be set up in an effort to improve the institutional system, said Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof.
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11 new parliamentarian select committees to be set up
KUALA LUMPUR: Eleven new special parliamentarian select committees are to be set up in an effort to improve the institutional system, said Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof.
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Green group urges govt to do more about climate change
KUALA LUMPUR: An environmental group has urged the government to step up its efforts in addressing climate change.
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IKEA to test furniture rental in 30 markets
KAARST, Germany, April 3 — IKEA will expand tests to allow customers to rent desks and sofas rather than buy them as it shifts away from selling low-cost disposable furniture in response to growing ...
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Beaming bride Yeo shows playful side as she weds
Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change, and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin couldn’t contain her excitement during her matrimony with IOI Properties Group Bhd CEO Lee Yeow Seng on Friday.
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When the stars finally align for Yeo and Lee
Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change, and Environment Minister Yeo Been Yin has tied the knot withIOI Properties Group Bhd CEO Lee Yeow Seng.In a Facebook post released on Friday, the day she w...
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Yeo Bee Yin wonders if she and husband could have met when younger
PETALING JAYA: Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change, and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin has wondered if she could have met her husband, Lee Yeow Seng, when she was much younger.
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Clean-up to cost over RM10mil
KUALA LUMPUR: The operation to clean Sungai Kim Kim will cost the authorities more than RM10mil, says Yeo Bee Yin.
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No toxic gas detected at 46 sites
ISKANDAR PUTERI: A total of 46 sites with pollution potential have been detected in Pasir Gudang but none are emitting toxic gases, says Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin.
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Actor severs ties with Dr M's son, and 7 things that happened yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Yeo Bee Yin: Satellite data shows Pasir Gudang has 46 possible illegal dumping grounds
Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister on Wednesday revealed that Pasir Gudang has about 46 potential illegal dumping sites, based on the findings by the scientific commi...
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46 more potential dump sites identified in Pasir Gudang
In the aftermath of the Sungai Kim Kim incident, 46 more potential sources of pollution have been identified in Pasir Gudang, according to Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment M...
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46 more potential sources of pollution in Pasir Gudang (Updated)
ISKANDAR PUTRI: In the aftermath of the Sungai Kim Kim incident, 46 more potential sources of pollution have been identified in the Pasir Gudang district, according to Energy, Technology, Science, Cli...
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Yeo Bee Yin: Satellite data shows Pasir Gudang has 46 possible illegal dumping grounds
ISKANDAR PUTERI: Satellite data shows that Pasir Gudang has about 46 potential illegal dumping locations, says Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin.
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Sungai Kim Kim now clean, says Yeo
PASIR GUDANG: The government has declared a 1.5km stretch of Sungai Kim Kim here free from toxic pollution.
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Cleaning up of 1.5km-stretch of Sungai Kim Kim over
JOHOR BAHRU (March 18): The cleaning up process along 1.5 kilometres of Sungai Kim Kim, in Pasir Gudang near here,  which began on Wednesday, following dumping of toxic chemical waste there, was comp...
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Air quality still being monitored near river
PASIR GUDANG: Authorities have cleaned up a 1.5km stretch of Sungai Kim Kim but they are still monitoring air quality in the affected areas, said Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin.
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Cleaning up of 1.5km-stretch of Sungai Kim Kim over (Updated)
PETALING JAYA: The cleaning up process along 1.5km of Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang, Johor, following toxic chemical dumping activities has been completed today.
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Cleaning up of 1.5km-stretch of Sungai Kim Kim over
JOHOR BARU: The cleaning up process along 1.5km of Sungai Kim Kim, in Pasir Gudang near here, which began on Wednesday, following dumping of toxic chemical waste there, was completed today.
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Clean-up of 1.5km stretch of Sungai Kim Kim completed
JOHOR BAHRU: The cleaning of a 1.5km stretch of Sungai Kim Kim, the source of the chemical pollution in Pasir Gudang, has been completed.
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Johor Sultan irked by allegations linking him to Pasir Gudang toxic fumes
KUALA LUMPUR, March 17 — Johor ruler Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar is angered by false allegations connecting him to a factory that allegedly caused the pollution in Pasir Gudang, which has led to ...
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Cleaning up of 1.5km-stretch of Sg Kim Kim over
The cleaning-up process along 1.5km of Sungai Kim Kim, in Pasir Gudang, which began on Wednesday following the dumping of toxic chemical waste there, was completed today.
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Clean up of 1.5km stretch of Sg Kim Kim over, says Yeo
JOHOR BARU (Bernama): The cleaning up process along the 1.5km stretch of Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang near here, which began on Wednesday (March 13), following the dumping of toxic chemical waste in the area has been completed.
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Minister: Cleaning up of 1.5km stretch of Sungai Kim Kim completed
JOHOR BAHRU, March 17 — The cleaning up process along 1.5km of Sungai Kim Kim, in Pasir Gudang near here, which began on Wednesday following dumping of toxic chemical waste there, was completed toda...
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Pasir Gudang chemical pollution – What harm can these chemicals do to you?
Recently in Pasir Gudang, it is reported that an illegal tyre recycling factory had allegedly dumped chemical waste in Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang on the 6th March 2019.
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Majority of new cases at Pasir Gudang medic base due to anxiety and panic
The majority of new cases registered at the medic base at the Pasir Gudang Indoor Stadium in Johor were caused by panic and anxiety.Mercy Malaysia clinical psychologist Dr Azlina Roszy Mohd Gaffar sa...
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'Worse than Voldemort': Global students' strike targets climate change
Tens of thousands of school students around the world walked out of classes on Friday in a global strike to protest against government inaction on climate change.
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Scientific committee to find cause of contamination in Pasir Gudang
Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin told a press conference in Pasir Gudang on Friday that a scientific committee has been set up to identify the cause and...
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Officials not taking chances with air quality
PASIR GUDANG: Despite an improvement in air quality, the authorities are not taking any chances in preventing another possible wave of toxic fumes, says Yeo Bee Yin.
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Dr M attends disaster management committee meeting in Pasir Gudang
PASIR GUDANG: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad attended the district Disaster Relief Management Committee meeting on efforts to contain chemical pollution problem at Sungai Kim Kim here.
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Johor toxic chemical dumping: 6 things you need to know
KUALA LUMPUR - The illegal dumping of toxic waste into Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang, Johor, has sickened 506 people and forced the closure of all 111 schools in the area.
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Six questions about: Pasir Gudang chemical dumping
KUALA LUMPUR, March 14 — As of today, the illegal dumping of toxic waste into Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang, Johor has forced the closure of all 111 schools in the area and made 506 people sick.
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Announced charging of Pasir Gudang toxic waste suspect postponed
JOHOR BARU, March 14 — Prosecutors delayed today charges against a man for illegally dumping toxic waste into Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang last week that caused hundreds to seek medical treatment.
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Lynas in the dark over proposed changes to law governing its activities
PETALING JAYA: Lynas Malaysia says it is unaware of possible amendments to the law governing its operations, following a discussion of the matter in the Dewan Rakyat yesterday.
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Illegal tyre recycling factory boss to be charged today
JOHOR BARU: The owner of an illegal tyre recycling factory is expected to be charged today for polluting Sg Kim Kim.
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21 more schools in Pasir Gudang ordered close over toxic fumes
KUALA LUMPUR, March 13 – The Education Ministry has instructed 34 schools in Pasir Gudang to shut down indefinitely due to the emission of toxic fumes from waste illegally dumped into a river.
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Fire and Rescue D-G: Bad move to dump toxic chemicals in Pasir Gudang
IPOH, March 13 — Toxic fumes might not have re-emerged in Pasir Gudang, Johor, if the illegally dumped chemicals found there were immediately removed, said Fire and Rescue Department director-genera...
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Illegal factory owner to be charged over chemical dumping incident
JOHOR BARU: An illegal factory owner involved in recycling tyres in Kulai is expected to be charged on Thursday (March 14) in connection with the dumping of toxic waste into Sg Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang, says Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin.
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Minister Yeo marries IOI CEO
PETALING JAYA: Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin has officially tied the knot with IOI Properties Group Bhd chief executive officer Lee Yeow Seng.
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Energy minister weds real estate tycoon
KUALA LUMPUR, March 11 — Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin has tied the knot with her real estate developer beau, Lee Yeow Seng, who is IOI Properties ...
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Yeo Bee Yin ties the knot with property CEO
PETALING JAYA: Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin has officially tied the knot with IOI Properties Group Bhd chief executive officer Lee Yeow Seng.
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Tadmax yet to get notification of scrapping of project
TADMAX Resources Bhd said it has not received any notification of termination of the RM3.5 billion power plant project in Pulau Indah that was awarded through direct negotiation by the previous govern...
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