That's a surprise to me because my friend should have known about such things due to his job.
He said he will check with Lynas people to conform it.
Guess not many knew about it after all, so here's the link again,
The venue however have been shifted from Universiti Malaysia Pahang in Gambang to Gambang Resort City.
Hopefully many people will turn up to hear what's really going on by listening to both sides of the story.
Those who wish to do so, please fill up the form at this link;
This will close at midnight Nov 9 (Friday).
Ya lah, most of the time we tend to listen to only one side and draw our own conclusions from it.
So, the public hearing, if carried out in a proper manner will let all sides to express their views based on facts and evidence instead of just sentiments.
Yes, facts and evidence. That's the most important thing.
The more people there, the better.
That would help prevent more one-sided bullshit.
The public need to know that one does not have to be a self-proclaimed environmentalist to be at the public hearing.
Really, everyone has the right to be there.
Furthermore, claiming oneself an environmentalist is not such a big deal.
Anyone can do that.
Sometimes, the status of a self-proclaimed environmentalist can be quite questionable, such as highlighted in this The Star article;
Wong Tack's green credentials questioned
Thursday, 25 Apr 2013
Members of the media, particularly those based in Kuantan should be there in full force to make sure that doesn't happen and report the hearing as it transpires.