Malaysia drops coal power plant scheme: minister

Agence France -Presse: A plan to build a controversial coal-fired power plant in Malaysian Borneo has been scrapped over fears of its impact on the environment, a local minister was quoted as saying Thursday. Musa Aman, Sabah chief minister, said coal would not be used as a source of energy in the state as it could hurt the environment and damage its key tourism industry. "Sabah needs to increase its power supply but the state cannot put its natural environment at risk," he was quoted as saying by the Star newspaper.......

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