Around 2.5 billion more people will be living in cities by 2050. Along with climate change and other challenges, to ensure the quality of life, we are in dire need of more sustainable and resilient urban planning. This track explores how industries can contribute to the system transformations needed for more sustainable living spaces.
Strengthening Public-Private Dialogues for Low Carbon Development Opportunities in Malaysia
In the process of mainstreaming low carbon development, the urban planning, construction, transport and technology industries all have roles to play. Public-private partnerships are especially important and actors from both sectors are required to collaborate to unlock more low-carbon development opportunities in Malaysia.
TPr. Ts. Norliza Hashim
Chief Executive, Urbanice Malaysia
Executive Director Ara Research Malaysia
Mahalil Amin Abdul Malek
Vice President, Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology (MIGHT), Malaysia
In the coming decades, the energy sector will undergo a complete metamorphosis. Energy efficiency needs to improve exponentially across all sectors including transport, buildings, and industries. This track discusses a range of diverse solutions for different actors to pursue, to accelerate their decarbonization journey.
Investing in the low-carbon transition: Low-Carbon Pathways for Growth and Sustainability
The energy sector is the center of the low-carbon transition. The urgency of advancing the transition offers new opportunities for energy users to rethink how they source and consume low-carbon energy, and collaborate with stakeholders across their value chain to benefit from new technologies, business models and financing mechanisms.
Vice President & Chief Sustainability Officer, Petroliam Nasional Berhad, Malaysia
Cheryl Rita Kaur
Centre for Straits of Malacca, Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA), Malaysia
Executive Director, Indonesia
Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD), Indonesia
Dr. Renard Siew
Head of Corporate Sustainability
Yinson Holdings Berhad, Malaysia