13 June 2018 Update: So it looks like 24 trees are going to be chopped or have to make way: 21 of these are supposed to be diseased but a nature lover said they looked fine to him. Today, some residents in the area turned up to stage a protest against the tree-chopping:
Independent filmmaker Andrew Ng investigates what happened near the Tanjung Bungah market.
Not even an attempt at transplanting, for what it’s worth. Why the need to chop down all those trees? For road-widening? Or is it a reflection of how little we think of trees in the pursuit of ‘development’, never mind global warming and climate change?