The third part of Water Watch Penang’s Pocket Talk series saw a peak attendance of 34 viewers to listen to two notable artists, graphic designer Tan Wah Chew and photographer Thum Chia Chieh on their stories about working with Water Watch Penang on the conservation of the Ulu Muda forest.Continue reading
Water Watch Penang’s second Pocket Talk Series happened on the 26th of June featuring Kang Yue Shern and Shahrol Nizam from GreenSmiths to share their experiences working and trudging through the Ulu Muda forest.Continue reading
Water Watch Penang organised a Pocket Talk Series which was broken into three separate with the first one held on the 19th of June 2020 through Zoom and live streaming it to Facebook at the same time.Continue reading
Lately the news reports hint at the Kedah government contemplating the re-opening of logging concessions, which will allow logging companies to harvest vital trees that serve as water catchment for Perlis, Kedah and Penang.Continue reading
WATER WATCH PENANG thanks the Kedah State Government for not issuing any new logging concessions and its stand to continue the previous Kedah State Government’s policy to protect the Ulu Muda Forests (Main water catchment for the three northern peninsula states of Kedah, Perlis and Penang).