Category: #MYD

Tracking Malaysia and ASEAN INDC

In preparation for the adoption of the Paris Agreement in December 2015 Governments “in a position to do so” were to submit an “Intended Nationally Determined Contribution” (INDC). Singapore – “Singapore communicates that it intends to reduce its Emissions Intensity by 36% from 2005 levels by 2030, and stabilise its emissions with the aim of peaking around…

MYD Training Series – Hilary Chiew

MYD Training Series - Hilary Chiew

Title: Climate Change: An overview and state of the international negotiation Training Brief: The presentation will focus on the history (of the UNFCCC and an update of the increasingly politicised nature of the negotiation and whether Paris will see a repeat of the Copenhagen fiasco and leave the world without a viable plan to rescue…

MYD @ MalaysiaKu Rice Festival

In conjunction with the Malaysiaku event on Malaysia Day, the Malaysian Youth Delegation (MYD) will be there to celebrate this big day! We will be taking part in the Malaysiaku Rice Festival, educating the public on how climate change affect rice production, as well as raising fund for our COP21 trip this year at Paris.…

MYD Training Series – Dr. Gary Theseira

Title: The power-play within the UNFCCC groupings – Current and Historically Training Brief: International negotiations are never easy, with many interests, historical perspectives, economic muscles and many more to consider. How does such power-play affects the on-going negotiations in UNFCCC? Date: 17th Sept 2015, Thursday Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm Location: BAC, PJ Campus Trainer Profile: Dr.Gary William…

Do you believe in magical BECCS?

Equipped with the knowledge and resources, humans continue to advance themselves using the help of all kinds of technology. Similarly, in the fight against climate change, we have resorted to technology in hopes to rectify this critical situation. Nonetheless, we need to remember nothing is entirely good and viceless. In other words, there are pros…

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