Verbal Consent to Stop Baram Dam is Not Enough

The people of Baram want the dam to be cancelled for good and they want it in writing. The chairman of Save Rivers, Peter Kallang, said the chief minister’s verbal agreement of a moratorium is not enough for the Baram people: “what the people want is for the project to be scrapped completely,” the logging stopped, and the land formally returned to the people.  Read more from The Borneo Post, Clean Malaysia, and The Malaysian Insider.