Perkasakan Kelestarian Alam Sekitar
Kuala Lumpur: “Kemerdekaan negara yang dikecapi lebih enam dekad seakan-akan tidak bererti jika kita semua tidak berganding bahu dalam isu kelestarian alam semula jadi,” kata Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Malaysia Green Technology and Climate Change Centre (MGTC) Shamsul Bahar Mohd Nor.
Indonesian and Lao cities share low emission development learnings
The local governments and relevant stakeholders of Urban-LEDS II cities from Indonesia and Lao PDR shared their key learnings throughout the four-year implementation of the Urban Low Emissions Development Strategies (Urban-LEDS II) project during a regional networking seminar held virtually last 28 July 2021.
Teacher quality is the key to improving education in Asia and the Paciﬁc
The global learning crisis is actually a teaching crisis. The quality of teachers has the greatest impact on improving student learning outcomes. Most developing countries in Asia and the Pacific face major challenges in recruiting the best candidates for a long-term teaching career.
What We Believe
Have the Ability To Adapt & Cope
We believe that previous models of economic growth are no longer suitable as environmental pollution, natural resource depletion and overpopulation issues are depleting natural resources and casting a shadow on our future.
Instead of focusing merely on economic growth, we embrace, advocate for and promote green growth development that takes both environmental sustainability and social inclusivity into consideration. Being sustainable isn’t just about being green, it’s also making sure that we are able to adapt and cope with our daily lives.
Come, find out more about Green Growth and why we are such strong advocates of this exciting new way to achieve economic and social development for all!