Could this be classified as CSI – Corporate Social Irresponsibility?
You be the judge.
Efforts to send food aid to Penan natives in Central Sarawak are now stalled after a timber giant dismantled an iron bridge that provided critical access to 3,000 people living deep in remote areas. Full report here.
In early August, Land Development Minister James Masing said the Penan starvation claim was attributed to logging activities, which rendered sago and wild games scarce, according to the Borneo Post.