There are solid, legitimate and usually financial reasons for using more eco-friendly products and taking the environment into consideration.
The inclusion of various environmentally-friendly measures in the ETP and allocation of significant resources in the 11MP to the green economy are examples of Malaysia’s ongoing commitment.
As Malaysia moves towards 2020, safeguards are being set in place to protect the environment from rapid urbanisation.
Taking the path to sustainability offers myriad benefits to a company, including creating positive social and environmental impact, and bringing in more profits.
The palm oil sector constantly seeks ways to further enhance its sustainability efforts and reduce greenhouse gas emissions such as methane created from palm oil processing.
Palm Oil is cleaning up it’s act as consumers and environmentalist put increasing pressure on producers and manufactures to guarantee that the palm oil they consume is free from deforestation and exploitation. The new wave of sustainability offers yet another opportunity for Malaysia to take the lead in an industry that is set to double […]
Daud Ahmad, winner of the ‘Technology Entrepreneur of the Year 2013’ for Malaysia in the annual ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ awards organised by Ernst & Young, speaks to Business Circle about his entrepreneurial journey.
By Steve Johnson With yields on index-linked government bonds at desultory levels, investors could be forgiven for craving an asset that could offer similar long-term, inflation-linked sustainable returns, but perhaps with a little more juice. Some believe they have found it in the shape of renewable energy installations, such as solar power, wind farms and […]
According to the United Nations, two-thirds of the poorest in Malaysia in 2009 lived in the countryside. Much effort has been put in by the government to reduce and elevate the living standards of these rural communities in Malaysia. A “smart village” aimed at tackling rural poverty while promoting community and sustainability has been unveiled […]
The electric car needs to win over the hearts and minds of Malaysians. Never mind saving the environment; at the end of the day, it’s all a question of affordability, access to power and features.
: It starts with river cleaning but the WWF hopes that this will help create further awareness as it works with the local communities in the Heart of Borneo to promote their traditional activities of sustainable rice-farming and eco-tourism.
By Rohit Jaggi One of the more visible of mankind’s changes to the fabric of the planet can be attributed to the motor car, writes Rohit Jaggi. Not only are vehicles to be found in almost every landscape, but the infrastructure that supports them is also inescapable. The ribbons of roads binding cities, towns and villages […]
Can business profit with purpose? Or is being ethical and giving back to society for fools?