UK to help Malaysia on its net zero journey following COP26

Malaysia was a signatory of the Glasgow Climate Pact, the pledge to end deforestation and methane emission reduction at the climate summit

Malaysia’s CIMB to phase out coal financing by 2040

Asset-level or general corporate financing will be prohibited for new thermal coal mines and coal-fired power plants, as well as expansions of the projects

Malaysian oil and gas giant PETRONAS targets net zero emissions by 2050

The company will invest in renewable energy solutions and deploy green technologies to its operations

ENGIE launches new partnership to sustainably cool Malaysia

Schools, hotels and hospitals could benefit from a new district cooling technology, which could generate energy and capital savings for businesses

Malaysia’s first hydrogen buses hit the streets

The zero-emission public transport is expected to help significantly cut costs and slash carbon emissions

UK condemns shipments of illegal plastic waste to Malaysia

Individuals found to be exporting incorrectly described waste could face two years in jail or an unlimited fine in the UK

Malaysia to send plastic waste back to UK and other foreign countries

One UK recycling company is said to have exported more than 50,000 metric tonnes of plastic waste to Malaysia over the past two years

River pollution test
Chemical leak forces 34 Malaysian schools to close

Chemicals dumped into the Kim Kim river have caused 469 people to fall sick

Indonesia and Malaysia join forces to fight EU phase-out of palm oil biofuels

The EU plans to cut the use of palm oil as biodiesel from 2030

UK-Malaysia bioelectricity project wins Newton Prize

A project that generates sustainable electricity from effluent waste processing has been awarded with the Newton Prize worth £112,000. UK and Malaysian researchers from the University of Cambridge and University of Malaya successfully developed an integrated microbial fuel cell prototype using tropical algae from wastewater. The project is expected to help meet the demands for […]