Health experts around the world today endorsed the use of well-made reusable masks or gloves that are properly sanitised in order to protect the environment from pollution as well as…
Greenpeace Brazil has captured photos of fire hotspots burning throughout the state of Mato Grosso, in the Amazon rainforest.
As the fire season looms in Indonesia, Greenpeace Southeast Asia revealed that Asia Pulp & Paper (APP), has been actively clearing Sumatran peatland for pulpwood plantations.
Malaysian environmental NGOs are against the Federal and several State Governments’ decision to go ahead with and approve the initiative to develop monoculture farms at forest reserves in Peninsular Malaysia…
In response to Sime Darby announcement to exit from the HCSA steering committee, Grant Rosoman Global Forest Solutions Coordinator for Greenpeace International said: “This move by Sime Darby shows the consistent…
Over 115 health experts from eighteen countries signed onto a statement today assuring retailers and consumers that reusables are safe during COVID-19, pushing back on claims by the plastic industry.
Plastic waste from developed countries add to Malaysia’s environmental crisis.
Air pollution from fossil fuels costs the world US$8 billion every day.
Malaysia ships back 150 containers to 13 countries in 2019.
It is encouraging that Nestlé finally committed to reducing its reliance on virgin plastics...If Nestlé wants to stop polluting the world, it needs to end its reliance on plastic.