Green is the Agenda!

By Chuah Sue Ann

January 2018 FEATURE
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A comprehensive environmental policy to make Penang’s future sustainable and green is on the way.Climate change is here. Penang was hit by one of the worst floods in its history on November 4 last year. The 15-hour storm paralyzed the state, causing huge floods and uprooting trees. A record 372mm of rainfall was charted, with winds blowing at 64kmph, and all worsened by a high tide.Many attributed the freak weather, among other factors, to the effects of Typhoon Damrey in...

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Chuah Sue Ann

does communications work at the Penang Green Council. She is looking to strengthen her writing skills into digestible information on sustainability communications to form better engagement. She also enjoys fuelling up creativity from her vivid imagination.