Sarawak looks to rubber for peat soil road construction breakthrough
The use of rubber could one day be the answer to solving the challenges of road construction on peat soil in Sarawak, said Premier Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg.
ART expected to reduce carbon footprint by 15 pct
Sarawak’s Automated Rapid Transit (ART) initiative is anticipated to reduce carbon footprint in the city by 15 per cent by 2030, said Premier Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg.
Ministry ready to study sugarcane cultivation in peat soil
The Ministry of Food Industry, Commodity and Regional Development is ready to carry out a detailed study on the suitability of sugarcane cultivation in peat soil if there is an application.
Sarawak aspires to be in the lead in renewable energy
Sarawak wants to be in the lead for renewable energy in Asia and maintains at least 60 per cent renewable energy capacity mix by 2030.
UNIMAS, Miri City Council sign MoU on ecosystem initiatives
The MoU paves the way to strengthen, promote and develop cooperation on research, consultancy and academia, focusing on community-based activities of mutual benefit for the people in Miri and Bario sub-districts in areas of tourism, agriculture and other related activities.
Experience Sarawak across the ages at the Borneo Cultures Museum
One of the newest landmarks to dot the capital city, the Borneo Cultures Museum stands five storeys high with an unmistakably eye-catching architectural design that reflects Sarawak’s unique traditional crafts and rich cultural heritage.
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