More than RM40 million is available in funding for local researchers to develop solutions to modern-day challenges of climate change and sustainability, thanks to the Newton-Ungku Omar fund, a joint initiative between the Malaysian and British governments.

Read more: RM41.6 million fund open to Malaysian researchers on climate change


KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian rainforests absorb about 31% of the carbon dioxide produced in the country, enabling the nation to achieve its target of reducing carbon emission intensity by 40%.

Read more: Dawos: Malaysian rainforests significant factor in achieving carbon emissions target


KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 1 (Bernama) -- Malaysia will continue to act on reducing carbon emissions besides being at the forefront in articulating the need for a balance between the environment and development.

Read more: Malaysia to continue cutting carbon emissions


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