Malaysia’s Tasik Chini risks being stripped of its Unesco status unless decades of damage to ‘dragon god lake’ is undone

Tasik Chini was recognised in 2009 as Malaysia’s first Unesco ‘biosphere reserve’. But rampant mining and logging along its shores have poisoned the water and stripped away natural habitat – putting its heritage status at risk.

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