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Saturday, March 10, 2007

TENAGA can Afford to Be Generous

Or perhaps the Malacca government can get the federal authorities to acquire this island under laws to protect endangered species and to allow eco-tourism.

One wonders why the Malacca government sold this island to TNB for a measly RM3m and the company now hopes to get a good price.

I would suggest the government allocates a piece of land off the island and build equivalent facilities in exchange so that the island can become a turtle sanctuary.

I am sure the major shareholders of TNB would not object to such an exchange.
The training facilities can be used to house some conservation staff and also provide some basic facilities as a eco-tourism project where only day-trippers are allowed to come and observe the turtles.

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