Environment & Energy

  • Towards bringing the various land utilization activities in the area spanning the protected areas of the Maliau Basin Conservation Area, the Danum Valley Conservation Areas, and the Imbak Canyon Conservations Areas in Sabah under a common and integrated management umbrella strategy in order to mainstream biodiversity, ecosystem functions and resilience, while enabling ongoing sustainable uses.

  • Malaysia’s HCFC Phase-out Management Plan (HPMP Stage-I), for compliance with the 2013 and 2015 control targets for HCFC consumption according to the Montreal Protocol, comprises of a combination of interventions such as technology transfer investments, policies and regulations, technical assistance, training, awareness, communications and management, coordination and monitoring in various HCFC-consuming sectors

  • The objective of this project is to provide support to Government of Malaysia to plan and prepare project proposals under GEF Phase 5, under the new operation system, “System for Transparent Resources (STAR)”

  • Malaysia is one of 17 mega-diverse countries in the world, with a wealth of biological diversity in its terrestrial and marine zones. The flora of Malaysia is exceedingly rich and is conservatively estimated to contain about 12,500 species of flowering plants, approximately 306 species of mammals, more than 742 species of birds, and 547species of reptiles, including a large number of endemics. In order to safeguard the globally significant biodiversity, Malaysia has established networks of protected areas (PAs).

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