The Sustainable Energy Development Authority formulated renewable energy development plans, but they were far less than hoped for, particularly for the biomass, biogas and mini-hydro segments, writes senior engineer and a Fellow of the Akademi Sains Malaysia, G. Lalchand.
Sirim Tech Venture has made a courageous move adapting ESG into its technology commercialisation business activities by value-adding its novel Intellectual Property Intelligence Solutions.
Based on current progress, Singapore must more than double its domestic recycling rates to meet its target by 2030, writes sustainability and supply chain professional, Kavickumar Muruganathan.
Malaysian Association of Public Advocacy for Nature (Mapan) members who visited Pulau Ketam recently believe the small island off Port Klang, Selangor, can be a self-sustainable low-carbon island.
Universiti Putra Malaysia’s Associate Professor Dr Mohamad Fakri Zaky Jaafar says the biggest advantage of this timber species, among others, is that it is one of the fastest-growing trees in the world.
PIESAT Information Technology’s PIE-U28 also features safeguards that enable the drone to traverse abnormal atmospheric conditions safely, and an onboard autopilot function that can minimise the risk of collisions or accidents.
Ecopeneer Sdn Bhd aspires to be recognised not just as a wood processing company, but as a sustainable manufacturer that prioritises reducing its carbon footprint through innovative processes.
JTS Group aims to address sustainability issues in the agriculture industry with biochar, a fine-grained, highly porous charcoal that helps soils retain nutrients and water.
Latest report also finds glaring disparities between investments in developed and developing countries, and calls for a substantial increase in financial flows from Global North, to South.
Although environmental, social and governance (ESG) mechanisms may be flawed, organisations must be purpose-driven to ensure that the future of sustainability is guaranteed.
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.