Post GE15: Priorities for the Environment in Sarawak
Celine Lim, Manager, Save Rivers
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The rebranded Ministry of Natural Resources, Environment and Climate Change will be at the forefront to address Malaysia's environmental issues, and the ministry combines natural resources, pollution control, climate change, and the water sector all under one roof. Described as a move towards more holistic environmental governance, the ministry will be led by Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad. On the show, we speak to Celine Lim from Sarawak's Save Rivers, about what she feels the new ministry must focus on, when it comes to our natural environment in Sarawak.
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Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
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Categories: environment, politics, government
Tags: Upper Baram Forest Area, local indigenous knowledge, IPLC's, International Tropical Timber Organisation, save rivers, climate crisis, nik nazmi nik ahmad, deforestation, biodiversity loss,