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RimbaWatch on State Elections, Deforestation & Greenwashing

Adam Farhan, Co-Founder and Director, RimbaWatch

07-Aug-23 15:00

RimbaWatch on State Elections, Deforestation & Greenwashing

With state elections just around the corner, we catch up with Adam Farhan, the co-founder and director of environmental watchdog RimbaWatch, to suss out how the six states that are heading to the polls have been doing on the environment-front - with a special focus on deforestation - and what voters should consider when choosing their state representatives. Adam also sheds light on a recent report RimbaWatch released that highlighted gaps in PETRONAS's Net Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050 (NZCE 2050) pathway towards achieving net zero future ambitions.

Produced by: Juliet Jacobs

Presented by: Juliet Jacobs


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Categories:  politicsgovernmentenvironment

Tags:  PRN2023earth mattersthe bigger pictureRimbaWatchdeforestationnet zero carbongreenwashing





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