Come attend a Public Briefing on the proposed Kuala Lumpur Outer Ring Road (KLORR) based on the Detailed Environmental Impact Assessment (DEIA), by WWF-Malaysia.
Learn more and give your comments to save the Selangor State Park from impacts of the proposed Kuala Lumpur Outer Ring Road (KLORR).
Come attend a Public Briefing on the KLORR based on the Detailed Environmental Impact Assessment (DEIA), by WWF-Malaysia.
The KLORR Detailed Environmental Impact Assessment (DEIA) is available for public review and comments. The proposed alignment of the KLORR will cut through some parts of the Selangor State Park, a park that provides vital ecosystem services to the people residing in the Klang Valley. The park acts as the main water catchment forests, providing water to Klang Valley residents and harbours rich biodiversity. It is an environmentally sensitive area.
If you are concerned about the development of this road within the Selangor State Park, please take this opportunity to review the DEIA (Executive Summary) at http://gis.doe.gov.my/eia2/Upload_folder/Ex_Su/ExecutiveSummaryklorr.pdf and provide comments to the Department of Environment by 3rd February, 2012.
You can submit your views via snail mail or fax to:
Department of Environment
Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment
Level 2, Podium 3, Wisma Sumber Asli
No.25, Persiaran Perdana
(Attn: Assessment Division –DEIA Secretariat)
Tel : 03-8871 2000, Fax : 03-8889 1045
WWF-Malaysia will be organizing two briefing session for the public to highlight the findings of the proposed project based on the DEIA. Details of the briefing sessions are as follows:-
Date: 12th January, 2012 (Thursday)
Time: 7.30pm – 9.00pm
Venue: WWF-Malaysia Boardroom,
No. 49, Jalan SS23/15
Taman SEA, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Date: 14th January 2012 (Saturday)
Time: 3.00pm - 5.00pm
Venue: Rimba Ilmu
Institute of Biological Sciences
University of Malaya
50603 Kuala Lumpur
Location map: http://rimba.um.edu.my/
As places are limited, please email Ms. Neda Keshvar at: email@example.com to confirm your participation.
WWF-Malaysia (World Wide Fund for Nature-Malaysia), the national conservation trust, currently runs more than 75 projects covering a diverse range of environmental protection work. Since 1972, WWF-Malaysia has worked on important conservation projects, from saving endangered species such as tigers and turtles, to protecting our highland forests, rivers and seas. We also undertake environmental education and advocacy work to achieve conservation goals. By conserving our natural resources, WWF-Malaysia is helping to protect our livelihoods, food and water supply, thus securing our good quality of life and our children’s bright future. We thank our supporters whose donations enable our conservation work. If you would like to donate to WWF-Malaysia or learn more about our projects, please call: +603-1300 88 99369 or visit us at: wwf.org.my or www.facebook.com/wwfmy
For queries on the talk kindly contact:
Ms. Neda Keshvar, Communications Officer, Protected Areas Conservation
Tel: +603-7808 3772 ext 6412