KUALA LUMPUR, June 10 (Bernama) — The entry of the world’s plastic waste that is polluting Malaysia is an issue that should not be taken lightly. Over the past year, 157,299 tonnes of plastic waste was shipped into Malaysia, an increase of 273 per cent compared to the previous year.
A Special International Women’s Day 2019 Short Interview with Kong Eu, TRAXX FM
KUALA LUMPUR: The Global Environment Centre (GEC) has urged the government, especially the Department of Environment (DoE), to ensure that those responsible for dumping toxic or chemical waste into any river in the country will pay the cost of the rehabilitation of the river, as well as the cost of treatment of people who suffer from the health effects of the pollution.
KUALA LUMPUR: SEVERAL factors have contributed to the current erratic weather, most of them brought on by ourselves. EcoKnights president Yasmin Rasyid said while global carbon emissions or CO2 concentrations might be a factor, human activity was the main culprit.
KUALA LUMPUR, 21 Feb (Bernama) — Badan bukan kerajaan (NGO) pencinta alam sekitar, EcoKnights berharap pemantauan berterusan dilakukan terhadap kilang kitar semula sisa plastik kerana jika ia tidak diuruskan dengan prosedur yang betul boleh membahayakan kesihatan orang ramai pada jangka masa panjang.
Malaysia’s first and longest-running environmental film festival, the Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival returns for its 11th installment this year. Under the theme, “Forests, Water and Climate Change”, the film selections will tackle these issues and the environmental heroes that are making a difference in these areas. We find out what’s in store from Yasmin Rasyid, the Founder and President of EcoKnights.
BERNAMA Today – Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival 2018
A recent coverage on TV3’s Malaysia Hari Ini on the topic of river conservation and protection. Featured in the interview was Fadly Bakhtiar, program director of EcoKnights.
KUALA LUMPUR, 29 Sept (Bernama) — Hampir 500 peserta menjayakan program berjalan santai di Sungai Bunus (Bunus FW4R 2018) yang dianjurkan oleh Jawatankuasa Komuniti Sungai Bunus di Taman Rekreasi Kolam Tebatan Banjir Sungai Bunus, di sini, hari ini.
The Sungai Bunus Action Group was formed in 2015 under Local Agenda 21 of DBKL, to improve the river quality of Sungai Bunus, and to create more riverine green spaces for the public in the city. We find out more about the efforts that went into the rehabilitation and conservation of this 9km long river that meets Sungai Klang at Kampung Baru and discuss how better river governance and management can make Sungai Bunus into a public green and recreational space.