Naturally wonderful

The Stringer

David Bowden lists 10 areas in the country that nature lovers can explore post-pandemic

THE oxygen we breathe, the food we eat and the sunlight we absorb all come from nature, and maintaining a healthy environment is essential for humanity.

World Environment Day is celebrated this Saturday — as it has been since 1974 — as a day when Malaysians should step into their natural environment to appreciate what nature provides to us all.

As we celebrate World Environment Day, do reflect upon the suggestion that every day should be a time to think about protecting our environment.

Take positive steps to reduce our impact, do something to improve a natural area, join a group of like-minded people to help restore the planet, and stop the destruction of ecosystems on the eve of the United Nations Decade of Ecosystem Restoration.

People on the planet are only as healthy as the…

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