Correcting some misleading statements in The Star’s reports on the Save Langat South campaign.
Condoms could indeed be the answer to climate change.
A special day from the hilly terrain of Batang Ai.
A plea for public support in the effort to Save Langat South Forest Reserve.
Is nuclear power the right choice for our nation? Malaysians must make an informed decision. Nuclear power is only one of the available options – and it is the most expensive, most dangerous and most inefficient one.
Last week we read about the “Heroes of the Palm Oil Milling Industry.” But what about the communities that have been displaced to make way for the industry? Do we care?
An on-the-ground account of the case of a “would-be arsonist” and the fight to save Sebangan rainforest. A man was arrested for arson, curiously, at the time the fire started he was some 400km away.
Another call to action for each and everyone of us to do our part beyond attending events and tweaking tweets and Facebook status messages. This time it’s for the place where we all store our stuff – Earth.
PERCEPTION – An original LoyarBurok series that draws parallels between mother nature and human constructs – some obvious and some take a rather adventurous tangent. In its debut feature “Romancing The Clam”, giant clams opens up perceptions on marriage and spousal roles. Expect first hand photos and videos from this citizen journalist LoyarBurokker.
A consideration regarding the inconsistency between the national energy policy and the building of 12 dams that in a mere 10 years will generate 600% more power than current demand.
A Malaysian youth reporting on the community based tree planting programme to rehabilitate the Raja Musa Peat Swamp Forest that had fallen victim to some 23,000 hectares of illegal clearing.
A consideration on the purpose and efficacy of dive site closures by authorities as a measure to remedy coral bleaching – a phenomenon that is caused is caused by weather conditions and not human impact.
Plans to build a 300MW coal plant on a paradise-like site in Sabah are well underway and yet mainstream reports seldom, if ever, show to the public the paradise that will be paved. Green Ink is reproducing an article and photo essay from mongabay.com that clearly illustrates just how much is at stake.
Green Ink poses a rebuttal to Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister, YB Peter Chin Fah Kui’s defence of the need for nuclear energy, and on other pertinent questions.
Are you and I, normal everyday household consumers, ready to go nude in the battle for a greener, safer, less controversial, energy source? Green Ink – LB’s fresh, new, green column tells you how.
The government recently announced that Malaysia will have its own nuclear power plant by 2021. This here is a consideration on whether nuclear power is the only way forward for Malaysia and alternative renewable energy sources readily available in Malaysia.
Ada kena-mengena ke PTPTN dan sampah plastik? Kami di LoyarBurok pun nak tahu; oleh itu kami menampirkan CeritaOrangGilak ini – sempena kempen Earth Hour yang akan berlangsung pada 8.30mlm hari ini. Jangan tak baca!
Once upon a time the sun burped, regurgitated and spat out a blob of molten mud which went hurtling into space and tried to get back again. Unfortunately it couldn’t, so it kept on circling, began solidifying and cooled down. Accepting the fact that it’s destiny was sealed, and that it was stuck in what […]
A criticism of the Terengganu State’s agricultural and regional department’s conservation policy, or more precisely, the lack of it. Also published in Malaysiakini Letters to the Editor column.