Malaysia’s energy transformation programme will save the nation up to US$13 billion annually, cut emissions, and diversify its energy source, a study has shown.
Net zero is the compromise that will hopefully unite the world to resolve the environmental malaise. Otherwise, the divide will continue, with no realistic end in sight, writes Prof Datuk Dr Ahmad Ibrahim.
The sculpture’s metaphorical bird’s wing design, wrapping and growing out of an egg in the centre, symbolises growth and progress. Within the wing of the sculpture are silhouettes of Malaysian personalities who contributed to the nation’s growth and progress.
Sarawak Energy is working with International Hydropower Association (IHA) to train its staff to use the internationally-recognised Hydropower Sustainability Standard’s Tools.
Cheshire Home and Rotary Club Gombak joined hands to bring the OrganoponiX Greenhouse into their compound in a bid to improve the lives of residents.
Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) chief executive officer Datuk Hamzah Hussin says the agency has initiated several programmes to educate today’s youths on the importance of sustainable energy for Malaysia’s next generation.