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YTL does its bit to preserve environment via Bird Island
The Star Online, 9 July 2007
"We do not want to go down the expediency way. We want to build a masterpiece that can sustain through the ages," said Yeoh, quoting legendary American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright: "All fine architectural values are human values, else not valuable."

City Hall (London) UK Launch for Cut Carbon, Grow Profits.
Middlesex University Press, 4 July 2007
The London Climate Change Agency will be hosting the book launch of Cut Carbon, Grow Profits (Kenny Tang, Ruth Yeoh) on Monday 9 July at City Hall, SE1. The launch will be introduced with presentations from the authors and a key note speech from Nicky Gavron, Londonís Deputy Mayor.

YTL Land paves the way for green architecture
YTL Community, 3 July 2007
Bird Island Green Homes Competition, first of its kind in promoting sustainable development and energy efficient homes.

Crusade to green the Earth
The Star Online, 4 June 2007
Ruth Yeoh is only 24, but she has made her mark as a caretaker of the Earth by co-editing a book on managing climate change and kick-starting an awareness programme. Yeoh mentions God a whole lot in her conversation. She declares God as her ultimate source of strength.

Malaysia's own Green Goddess, Ruth Yeoh, talks to Michelle Theseira about her efforts to safeguard our planet
Malaysia Tatler, 14 May 2007
"I was brought up on the belief that 'to whom much is given, much is expected' and based on this wisdom, I choose to work ten times harder," says Ruth. Conservation has always been an on-going passion for Ruth, as she says that growing up in the Yeoh family has played a huge part in nurturing her environmental awareness.

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