The Penang Green Agenda 2030

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“WE ARE ON the precipice of inflicting seismic harm on Mother Nature. If left unchecked, our collective behaviours and actions will lead to more devastation, as evidenced by recent global events of climate impact. In January raging bushfires swept across Australia, scorching more than 46 million land acres and killing and displacing nearly 3 billion animals. Wildfires caused by high winds and dry conditions spread through the US’ West Coast early last August, and regions in Asia have been experiencing heavy downpour and severe droughts. This, coupled with the presence of Covid-19, has renewed urgency for action to be taken for ...


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