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Harmonising Customer Satisfaction with ESG Principles: A Transformative Approach

Customers today are increasingly attuned to global issues, from environmental concerns to social and corporate governance practices.

Collaboration MoU Signed Between Sarawak Government and National Institute for Environment Studies (NIES), Japan

The MoU is to facilitate the intention and collaboration mainly in research activities for Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) in Sarawak.

Adapt and Overcome Challenges

Overcoming obstacles and finding success require action. Success started with improvising, implementing, adapting, and overcoming.

Environmentally Literate Society for Sustainable Development

Environmental literacy is more than comprehending, it is demonstrating capabilities. It emphasizing that actions and decisions made by individuals or communities have effects that go well beyond local environments.

SAREF 3.0: Driving the Transition Towards A Sustainable Energy Future

With a focus on Regional Net Zero and Sustainable Communities, SAREF 3.0 will look to explore how Southeast Asian countries can achieve ambitious net-zero targets through a just and inclusive energy transition centred on people and sustainable communities, driven by renewable energy development and regional interconnections.

Conserving the ‘Lifeblood’ of Sarawak

Rivers are vital in driving socio-economic development. Among many other roles, they provide sources of fresh clean water, help generate hydroelectric energy, irrigate agricultural land, and acts as a foundation for new settlements.

Local Agenda 21 in Sarawak

LA21 is a programme implemented by local governments to create sustainable development under their respective jurisdictions.

DAKN 2021-2030: Propelling Malaysia’s Agricommodity Development

The National Agricommodity Policy (DAKN) 2021-2030 is set to drive Malaysia’s agricommodity sector towards greater sustainability, competitiveness and market orientation.

The Importance of Water Sustainability

Water is a major input in the provision of food. Water is also required to meet personal and household needs, for energy and industrial production, and to maintain important water-dependent ecosystems and ecosystem services.

Innovation and Creativity Towards Sustainable Development Goals

Beyond being an avenue to demonstrate the latest innovative products and services, the MPHLG KIK Convention strives to create comprehensive and sustainable development and well-being through innovation and creativity.

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