The problem of Malaysia’s ailing education system
FMT, 19 January 2019
Schools, colleges and universities have a duty to prepare the younger generation to seek gainful employment. However, what we fail to see is that the education system should also be equipped to inculcate a strong sense of ethics and morality among the youth. Just having religious and moral lessons as part of the curriculum will not suffice to shape them into polished personalities.
Love Food Hate Waste: Closer to feeding all Malaysians
The Star, 26 December 2018
After months of planning, this past weekend saw Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng, representing Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, launch the new national food bank strategy in Penang. For a newly formed Government, this is an amazingly speedy development, and shows a real commitment to food redistribution and sustainability in Malaysia.
Malayan tigers are nearly extinct, a biologist warns
Sustainability Times, 21 December 2018
Time is running out for Malayan tigers in the wild. Unless conservation efforts are stepped up these critically endangered striped predators might well go extinct in their habitats in Malaysia.
UK-Based Scientific Journal Names Yeo Bee Yin One of Top 10 People Who Impacted the World
World of Buzz, 20 December 2018
I think we can all agree that Malaysia’s science and environment minister, Yeo Bee Yin is one of the most knowledgeable and calibre ministers in parliament. In fact, her contribution was so profound that she was featured by Nature as one of the top 10 people who had a significant impact on the world.
Sustainable Development Goals: What next?
The Star, 17 December 2018
SEPTEMBER 2015 marked a sea-change in the global movement in sustainability when 193 countries collectively agreed to pursue 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals.