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We have made a difference.
Landmark complaint filed at SUHAKAM for public inquiry into haze pollution as a human rights violationA broad alliance of civil society organisations filed a pioneering complaint at the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (SUHAKAM) as a proactive countermeasure to address the chronic and persistent haze pollution. The action led to a Roundtable Discussion to gather the diverse perspectives of subject matter experts, legal advisers, and key stakeholders in order to develop concrete plans to address the issue of domestic and transboundary haze pollution. (Read more)
Saving the Kuala Langat North Forest ReserveOn the evening of September 8, after almost a year of campaigning alongside local allies in the Pertahankan Hutan Simpan Kuala Langat Utara Coalition, the state government officially revoked the degazettement of the Kuala Langat North Forest Reserve. (Read more)
MESTECC cracks down on illegal plastic waste factories
The Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change began raiding several illegal plastic waste recycling factories with the aim of shutting down 100 illegal plastic waste factories by the first quarter of 2019. This follows investigations into the imported plastic waste trade in Malaysia began and findings which were then published in The Recycling Myth: Malaysia and the Broken Global Recycling System report exposing issues with the imported plastic waste trade. (Read more)