• Enviroment
    over 40 people including Ministries of Finance, Planning and Environment and other key agency staff of nine countries; Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Viet Nam. The workshop was organized by UNDP, UNEP, ADB and the Economy and Environment...
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  • biosorbent
    activities will cause the water pollutant to occur and pollution by toxic chemicals has become a worldwide problem now. Today, many developed and developing countries are seriously affected by this water pollution. In Malaysia, most of water pollution is caused by the discharge of industrial effluents (Vynavi...
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  • Global Problems
    Other than that, rapid development and economic growth also cause water pollution. Today, our country is going to develop rapidly as well as the developed country. On the first hand developments intend to improve society quality and standard of living. However, in contrast it also could affect the environment...
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  • Sustainable Transport
    Ghani (MB 111018) zulazharabdghani@yahoo.co.uk Master of Science Transportation Planning Faculty of Built Environment Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Abstract Rapid land use development has result an increase the demand on motorize vehicles. This has cause highly car dependency in certain...
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  • The Implementation of Environmental Management System (Ems) for Waste Treatment Plant Operations in Palm Oil Mills
    Abdullah, College of Business (COB), University Utara Malaysia, 06010 UUM Sintok, Kedah Darul Aman, Malaysia. 2. School of Technology Management and Logistics (STML), College of Business, University Utara Malaysia, 06010 UUM Sintok, Kedah Darul Aman, Malaysia. * E-mail of the corresponding author: sulaiman619@yahoo...
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  • Carson Enterprises
    Brunswick and Malaysia. Both locations offer significant benefits to Carson. Malaysia is willing to have Carson Enterprises bring in as many Canadians who are willing to live and work in Malaysia. In theory, CE would not have to lay off a single worker. Also, there are significantly fewer pollution and safety...
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  • China Doll
    of raw material o Lack of man power OPPORTUNITY o Attract more customer based from Europe o o o o Expand more branch within and outside Malaysia Leave Malaysia Hire cheaper employees in China to reduce cost Improve in technology o THREAT o Price competition with China manufacturing Kiki and Houida...
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  • Should the Use of Wind Energy Be Encouraged?
    loads of benefits environmentally and economically. On the environmental aspect, wind energy does not contribute to pollution as almost no waste materials that contribute to pollution are produced by the usage of wind power (Wright, 2005). For example, in the States, wind plants compensate the emission...
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  • Haze
    The haze is at constant phenomenon faced by Malaysia. The haze is basically pollution of atmosphere, which is clogged with pollutants and other substances from forest fires. The haze is direct effect of forest fire in Kalimantan due to slash and burn method of farming. The Indonesian authorities appear...
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  • Greenlogistics
    advantage revolutionary. Green innovations can have a major impact in reducing the environmental burden of this industry particularly in terms of pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. The collaborations can also engage with industry and play a role by providing the right environment for companies to...
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  • Green Marketing
    UNIVERSITI TENAGA NASIONAL GREEN MARKETING IN MALAYSIA MANIMEGALAI A/P KANDASUAMY STUDENT ID: SB 21593 LECTURER : PROFESSOR BASHIR ABASS MAHMOOD AL-ALAK SUBJECT: MARKETING MANAGEMENT CODE: MKTM 613 SEMESTER; 1 Green Marketing in Malaysia In general, green marketing involves all...
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  • Genting
    relation to four core areas of interests, namely the conservation of natural resources (energy, fuel and water), waste management, prevention of pollution to water, land and air, as well as the use of renewable energy. The Group employs various schemes to conserve natural resources and reduce the...
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  • Renewable Energy
    percent of the buildings in Reykjavik, Iceland. 553 Applying Renewable Energy Technology in Malaysia: Case Study for Building Integrated Photovoltaics APPLYING RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY IN MALAYSIA: CASE STUDY FOR BUILDING INTEGRATED PHOTOVOLTAICS S. Shaari1,4, A. M. Omar2,4, H. C. M. Haris2...
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  • Nuclear Energy
    Introduction For the last 5 to 10 years, Malaysia is focusing on hydroelectric, coal, petroleum and combustibles or well known as biomass and waste to generate power. Recently the government has come out with the idea of diversify the fuel type and sources and technology.[1] They also want to capitalise...
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  • Tourism Industry
    Over the years, Malaysia has been the preferred destination for many people seeking less expensive tourism. We can find different kind of cuisines, races and cultures in this country which defines the slogan “Malaysia Truly Asia”. In 2009, Malaysia made it into the top 10 most visited countries’ list...
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  • Tourism
    Diploma In Hospitality Management (Tourism) KHHM 1403 Principles of tourism Assignment Title: Critically Evaluate the Tourism Issues in Malaysia Prepared For: Mr. Lim Kuang Long Feedback from Mr. Lim: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------...
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  • Urban Sprawling
      Therefore, when a settlement has met minimum population criteria then other criteria are also considered to meet the requirements definition. Malaysia has set when an area has reached a total population of 10,000 people, it can be recognized as the area of the city. About urbanization is a process...
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  • History of World Bank
    example, auctions of tradable permits to pollute and negotiated contracts with industry groups on acceptable pollution levels in a particular watershed basin. In each case the level of acceptable pollution is set by the government but how that level is reached is ultimately decided by the market or the private...
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  • Lala
    It is a long-term energy strategy because this technology uses natural source of power. * This innovation does not cause air, soil, or water pollution. * This innovation is totally different with other renewable energy sources such as nuclear power, which produce a large amount of hard-to-manage...
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  • effect of solid waste in urban environment
    area consumes lot of waste especially solid waste. Currently, over 17,000 tons of waste produced in Malaysia per day (Smart Ranger.net). This waste number increased day by day and up until 2020, Malaysia would not have enough land to cope for dumping site. Literally, solid waste means any discarded (abandoned...
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