VIPs sharing their individual pledges during the Earth Hour event. From left are Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department Datuk Daud Abdul Rahman, DBKU Mayor Datuk Abang Abdul Wahap Abang Julai, Sarawak Energy assistant general manager of corporate communications Peing Tajang and general manager of research and development Dr. Chen Shiun. © WWF-Malaysia/Zora Chan

16 April, Kuching, SARAWAK: Say no to plastics bags. Practice car-pooling. Reduce the use of CFCs. Stop open burning. Practice Reuse, Reduce & Recycle. Use energy wisely.

These are some of the pledges which members of the public and prominent public figures made during the recent Earth Hour celebration at Kuching Waterfront, March 28. 

Read more: Pledging to change climate change


Petaling Jaya is one of top cities around the world recognized for its efforts in combating climate change. — wikipedia pic

PETALING JAYA was announced the first ever winner of Malaysia’s National Earth Hour Capital this year.

PJ, together with Shah Alam (which was awarded the Special Mention category), was among the top 163 cities recognized for their efforts in combating climate change in WWF’s Earth Hour City Challenge (EHCC) 2015.

Read more: PJ is Malaysia’s National Earth Hour Capital winner this year


Kota Kinabalu: Sabah was the only state in Malaysia to celebrate World Water Day this year with a conference and exhibition. World Water Day is held worldwide annually on 22 March, a day designated by the United Nations to celebrate the importance of water sustainability.

Read more: Sabah only state to mark World Water Day


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