Malaysia’s proposed second national car project could be a purely electric-vehicle (EV) initiative, in line with the new government’s emphasis and concerns on the impact of climate change, as well as the environment’s preservation.

Read more: Electric-based national car proposal being developed


Malaysia has its share of natural disasters, such as the earthquake at Mount Kinabalu in 2015.

MALAYSIA’s efforts to reduce disaster risk are a step in the right direction as the country can no longer claim to be free from natural disasters.

Read more: Focus on disaster risk reduction


The Universiti Putra Malaysia’s Faculty of Environmental Studies team taking a group picture.

When members of the Freshwater Fisheries Society (Peniat) in Tanjung Tualang, Perak, found that their fishing areas were invaded by water hyacinth, which caused a drop in the number of catches two years ago, they knew they needed help to curb the deteriorating quality of the lake ecosystem.

Read more: Keeping freshwater fisheries area healthy


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