Green Growth Asia Foundation

Journal Publications

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Exploring Water Conservation Awareness Level Among Primary School Children From Melaka (Malaysia)

The Green Growth Pathways represent strategic thematic entry points for mainstreaming green growth into development policies and measures that will be worked out through programmes and projects. There are four pathways, namely Economic Pathway, Social Pathway, Environment Pathway and Education Pathway. Within these pathways are Thematic Action Areas that have been identified and are non-exhaustive. GGAF looks into these Thematic Action Areas and respond to existing sustainability issues that are giving rise to an adverse social or environmental challenge, or issues that are imminent and require preventive measures to be sought quickly in order to avoid future adverse events before they happen.

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Water Conservation Initiative in a Public School from Tropical Country: Performance and Sustainability Assessments

The Green Growth Pathways represent strategic thematic entry points for mainstreaming green growth into development policies and measures that will be worked out through programmes and projects. There are four pathways, namely Economic Pathway, Social Pathway, Environment Pathway and Education Pathway. Within these pathways are Thematic Action Areas that have been identified and are non-exhaustive. GGAF looks into these Thematic Action Areas and respond to existing sustainability issues that are giving rise to an adverse social or environmental challenge, or issues that are imminent and require preventive measures to be sought quickly in order to avoid future adverse events before they happen.

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