July 21, 2014, by Graham Kendall
July Haze’s Fever
Andy Chan recently appeared on BFN Radio to talk about (taken from the BFM web site):
An annual problem faced mostly by citizens of peninsula Malaysia, although those in Sabah and Sarawak are not immune. The haze. Large-scale biomass burning may be a cost-saving for some industries but a health-hazard to human beings and animals. How will such large-scale burning impact the environment in the long run?
The complete podcast can be heard at http://www.bfm.my/july-haze-fever-andrew-chan.html.
If you want to see other Nottingham posdcasts, take a look at this search: http://www.bfm.my/podcast.html?category=&keyword=Nottingham&program=&industry=&subject=&media=.
If you do appear on BFM, let me know so that we can feature it on the blog/newsletter. We would need a suitable image (take a picture when you are at BFM?).
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