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Best of Earth Matters 2018 - Part 1: People Power


17-Dec-18 15:00

Best of Earth Matters 2018 - Part 1: People Power

We revisit some of the best interviews from Earth Matters, from 2018. On this episode, we look-back at inspiring stories of concerned citizens who banded together to protect our natural resources and environment from further degradation. Featured stories are Selamatkan Kuala Lumpur's efforts to improve city planning; The Taman Tun residents’ ongoing battle to protect Taman Rimba Kiara from development and finally, how residents of Taman Amansuria and environmental NGO's are working to protect the Bukit Lagong Forest Reserve from being degazetted for a proposed housing development project.

Produced by: Juliet Jacobs

Presented by: Juliet Jacobs

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Tags:  Earth MattersDeforestationLandslidesFloodingWater CatchmentForest DegazettementTaman Rimba KiaraTTDIDBKLKuala Lumpur City Plan 2020KLCP2020Save KLSelamatkan KLEarth Mattersthe bigger pictureEnergy, EnvironmentGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingEnvironment/SustainabilityEnvironmentSciencePoliticsLaw and Legal Matters

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