Malaysia Spends So Little in Protecting its Flora and Fauna

  1. Pollution Management
  2. Protection of wildlife and habitat
  3. Environmental assessment and charges
  4. Waste management
  5. Other environmental protection expenditure
Source: DOSM
Source: DOSM
Source: DOSM
Source: DOSM

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