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Riot (right) is seen with the Malaysian ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva Datuk Amran Mohammed. Behind them is the UN Office at Geneva.

KUCHING - Malaysia is committed to the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) green initiative and is focusing its efforts on four levels.

While addressing delegates of the 106th session of the ILO Conference in Geneva, Switzerland on Monday, Minister of Human Resources Datuk Seri Richard Riot named the four broad areas as global level, national level, sectors and enterprises level, and ILO policies and practices level.

He said at the global level, Malaysia would seek to boost the ILO’s standing as the global centre of excellence on current and future implications for the world of work, climate change, and the transition to a greener economy.

Read more: Malaysia committed to ILO’s green initiative - Riot

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Visitors to the Kazakhstan Pavilion at the exhibition during the Specialized Exhibition EXPO-2017 is "Energy of the Future" in Astana, Kazakhstan, 11 June 2017. Malaysia and Kazakhstan have agreed to work together to identify ways of implementing green technology programmes.

ASTANA - Malaysia and Kazakhstan have agreed to work together to identify ways of implementing green technology programmes.

The two countries signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will see bilateral cooperations in renewable energy, green buildings, smart cities, and carbon emission mitigation.

Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Seri Maximus Johnity Ongkili and Kazakhstan vice Energy minister Gani Sadibekov signed the MoU at the Malaysia Energy Forum held in conjunction with the ongoing Expo 2017.

Read more: Malaysia, Kazakhstan to cooperate on green technology implementation

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Energy, Green Technology and Water minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili yesterday said Malaysia acknowledges that high energy efficiency would be the way forward to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and secure resources in a circular economy. BERNAMA pic

ASTANA - More energy efficiency and conservation initiatives, along with sustainable water management plans will be put in place by the Malaysian government to keep global environment concerns in check.

Energy, Green Technology and Water minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili yesterday said Malaysia acknowledges that high energy efficiency would be the way forward to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and secure resources in a circular economy.

Read more: Sustainability, energy efficiency key to Malaysia's future success: Energy Ministry

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