1. SURVEYS DONE
2. PENANG GREEN AGENDA
By 2030, Penang aspires to be the greenest state in Malaysia driven by a green economy, innovative governance with 4P partnerships (Public, private, people, professional) and sustainability-led development agenda. By 2050, Penang will be a high income, caring, inclusive, low carbon and resilient state that emphasises the integrity of its people and environment, including enriching and restoring the health of its rich cultural and natural ecosystems.
Dato’ Dr. Leong Yueh Kwong
Expertise in ecology, environmental conservation and management and sustainable development issues.
Dato’ Renji Sathiah
Former PGC Director
Was one of the key people in the Foreign Ministry that was involved in the Earth Summit in Rio in 1992 and lead the Malaysian delegation to the Climate Change Negotiation from 1991-1999.
Dato’ Ar. Lawrence Lim Hua Kwang
Chairman of Malaysia Green Building Confederation (MGBC) Northern Chapter.
For the adult learner (18+), who practices as an Environmental Educator for a specific audience
In-house HRDF-certified (Human Resources Development Fund) trainers. Invited trainers from established institutes and organizations.
“Very interactive session. [The] message is clear. Enables the participants to return and be a trainer and start eco training at their respective communities…”