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This working paper provides an overview of the current landscape of marine protected areas (MPAs) in Southeast Asia (SEA).
Tasik Chini is the first site in the country to be given the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve status.
Malaysia's steady population rise is placing greater strain on critical natural resources like water, especially in densely populated areas such as Selangor.
Environmental sustainability is becoming increasingly challenging as global populations continue to move toward urban settings.
Malaysia’s vision to become a progressive and prosperous nation by 2030, encompasses the adoption of peaceful use of nuclear technology as an enabler to drive socio-economic development.
Macroeconomic analysis and forecasting give insight to potential growth trajectories of the economy.
ASEAN is one of the most biodiverse regions in the world and its biodiversity is also one of the most threatened.
Under the 12th Malaysia Plan, the WST2040 aspires to “transform the water sector from an economic enabler into a dynamic economic sector as the future direction of national growth”.
Environmental pollution and ecosystem damage have been long-standing problems in Malaysia. Here is a take on where economic development and growth have typically been achieved at the cost of environmental and social health.
The Science Outlook 2020: Unlocking the Future may be the third edition of this flagship report but it is a trailblazer document on many fronts.
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