• 1415 - 1500
  • Day 1 : 19 October 2022

Track 1:
Net-Zero Carbon Future for Our Built Environment

Cities can lead the transition to a low carbon and climate-resilient economy. For instance, business and policymakers could explore self-sufficient cities, implement green infrastructure, and follow the science-based targets to reduce the whole-life carbon footprint of built structures, toward net-zero emissions.

Sofia Castello

Director – Climate & Environmental Resilience, Think City Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

TPr. Chau Loon Wai

Co-Director, UTM-Low Carbon Asia Research Centre, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Mitch Gelber

CEO, Malaysia Green Building Council (malaysiaGBC), Green Building Index Technical Committee, Malaysia

Track 2:
Energy and decarbonization pathway

In line with the growing awareness of climate action, voluntary carbon markets will play an important role to support financing for projects and solutions that reduce, remove or avoid greenhouse gas emissions. This session
aims to provide more insights on the Voluntary Carbon Market (“VCM”) exchange that will be launched by Bursa Malaysia later this year.

Dr. Wei-nee Chen

Executive VP & Head of Carbon Market, Bursa Malaysia Berhad, Malaysia

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