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Monday, 6th May, the work starts to rebuild our home

May 4, 2013


100 jam mogok lapar bermula jam 8 malam 27/12/2012 di Dataran Merdeka. Kunjungilah untuk menyokong

December 26, 2012


OBJEKTIF : 1.) Meningkatkan kesedaran orang ramai tentang projek-projek yang mengancam alam sekitar dan kehidupan rakyat Malaysia seperti kilang nadir bumi Lynas, lombong emas cyanide Bukit Koman, projek Rapid di Pengerang, pembinaan empangan-empangan di Sarawak (Baram, Murum, dll), projek laluan kabel kuasa tinggi Rawang, dll. 2.) Menggesa agar pihak berkuasa menguruskan projek- projek yang berkontroversi […]

Breaking news : Solidariti Himpun Hijau goes to Sarawak

February 25, 2012


  Just received this UPDATE thru FB : Sarawak Stop Lynas gathering details: Venue : Taman Sahabat, Kuching Time : 8.15am ______________________________ Just received the following sms from my buddy in Kuching : PKR SARAWAK LEAD STOP LYNAS CAMPAIGN FOR SARAWAK Syabas, PKR Sarawak. Will post details here the soonest I receive the same.

Rakyat take Lynas to court

February 25, 2012


A suit against Lynas has been filed into court in relation to the temporary operation licence granted to them by the Atomic Energy Licencing Board. If you genuinely oppose the rare earth refinery plant in Gebeng ever commencing operations, please see this suit as filed on your behalf. Treat it as your own suit to […]

Will your gated communities shield you from a radioactive disaster in Gebeng, Kuantan?

February 21, 2012


You live in Bangsar, TTDI, or Taman Desa? Ipoh? Georgetown? Seremban? You think therefore that you are so far removed from the risk of radioactive exposure posed by Lynas Rare Earth Refinery Plant that may start operations soon in Gebeng, Kuantan? Well, think again.

Stop the building of corrupting dams : Save the rainforest rivers in Sarawak

February 19, 2012


The Bruno Manser Foundation has just launched a new campaign to stop the building of twelve highly destructive hydroelectric dams in Sarawak that will displace tens of thousands of people and flood large tracts of tropical rainforest. Please help build up international pressure against the Sarawak corruption dams. To view the petition, please click on […]

After Bhopal, Chernobyl and Fukushima, is Gebeng next?

June 13, 2011