We can address unemployment and climate change at the same time
PSM urges the government to protect our long-term energy security by ditching coal.
Encourage rooftop solar panels through smart policy
We should open third-party access to the power grid
We should address structural problems that cause economic inefficiency
Malaysia should focus on adopting Euro 6 fuel quality for both petrol and diesel
Three important reforms the new Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources should pursue.
PSM demands that the Malaysian government declare a Climate Crisis Emergency
PSM Kedah condemns the illegal dumping and open air burning of huge amounts of plastic waste in several areas around Sungai Petani town. This irresponsible act has seriously affected the health of the residents living in the vicinity of the sites where the waste was dumped. With reference to the exposure made by Consumer Association…
by Sharan Raj, Coordinator of PSM’s Environmental Bureau In 2015, Malaysia’s net Green House Gas (GHG) emission stood at 50,479,060 tons while we pretend to hide behind our status as a developing nation. While Malaysia pledged to reduce GHG intensity per GDP by 35% by 2030 to UNFCCC, our pledge will remain a rhetoric if…