In the climate change issue, Malaysia is the fourth largest emitter of greenhouse gases in ASEAN, behind Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand, contributing to 0.52% of the world’s carbon emissions.
The impact of climate change causes significant economic losses for Malaysia, undermining infrastructure and development efforts and impacting livelihoods.
U-Inspire supports national disaster risk reduction and climate change initiatives by strengthening partnerships, interaction, networking, communication, discussions, and the sharing of best practices and lessons learnt among the youth and young professionals in science, engineering, technology and innovation.
Climate Justice Movement
KAMY is actively putting its pressure onto the current state government to adhere to their calls. After all, the preservation of this forest will aid in preserving Malaysia’s plant and wildlife, as well as preventing natural disasters.
Research and training centre
Disaster Preparedness & Prevention Centre (DPPC) conducts applied research, promote technological innovations and build knowledge database on disaster resilient societies. Moreover, they also practice field-oriented and evidence-based actions for supporting decision makers and stakeholders.