Under Anwar, Malaysia can ‘do better’ on climate, using global funds – Mon, January 23 2023
Written by on January 23, 2023
Michael Taylor (Thomson Reuters Foundation) (The Jakarta Post)
Kuala Lumpur ●
Mon, January 23 2023
To help Malaysia head off frequent floods and choking air pollution caused by forest fires, new Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim should tap more global green funding to protect nature and tackle the effects of warming, climate change experts say.
Ending a decades-long wait to lead the Southeast Asian nation, largely ruled by one coalition since independence, Anwar, 75, formed a government with rival political blocs after last November’s election, hampered by flooding, produced a hung parliament.
So far, Anwar has focused on corruption and the rising cost of living but has said little on how he will bolster Malaysia’s green credentials, aside from merging the energy and natural resources ministry with the environment and water ministry.
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