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A Climate for Change – Zero to Hero

Joint Statement on 10 Oct 2016: Dr David Carlson, Director of the World Climate Research Programme, said models of future warming had failed to predict the high temperatures recorded this year, suggesting they are under-estimating how hot the world will get.          Youth Camp 2016 with the theme “Climate Change & Youth – Awareness and Empowerment”...

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Penangites, Join our Public Survey! Share your thoughts on Climate Change!

Joint Statement by Penang Green Council and Water Watch Penang on 5th October 2016. Climate change is for real! In order to understand public perception and awareness on climate change, Penang Green Council is conducting a public survey in collaboration with Universiti Sains Malaysia, and Water Watch Penang. The duration for the survey will be...

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Registration for Youth Camp is Now Closed due to Overwhelming Response

Joint Statement on 22 Aug 2016: Dr David Carlson, Director of the World Climate Research Programme, said models of future warming had failed to predict the high temperatures recorded this year, suggesting they are under-estimating how hot the world will get.          The planet’s record-breaking temperatures every month of this year have taken scientists by surprise,...

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Spring Cleaning Recycling Campaigns In Penang – Used F&B Glass Bottles And Household Electronic Waste (E-Waste)

In line with the Penang State Government’s vision to increase the efficiency of recycling and recyclables-buyback processes, Penang Green Council is collaborating with Persatuan Ibu Bapa & Guru (PIBG) of SJK (C) Pai Chai, Penang Institute and Village Development and Security Committee (JKKK) Bukit Panchor to organise a series of spring cleaning recycling campaigns. The...

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Public Perception Of Penang Residents Towards Waste Separation At Source And Recycling Activities

Statement by Chow Kon Yeow, Penang Exco member for Local Government, Traffic Management and Flood Mitigation and Vice-Chairman of Penang Green Council on 11 Nov 2015: Penang Green Council (PGC Strategies Sdn Bhd) has carried out a study on the public perception of Penang residents towards waste separation at source and recycling activities from 29...

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Turn Your Trash to Cash or Valuable Items! Download Today!

Press Statement by Penang Chief Minister and Chairman of Penang Green Council Lim Guan Eng on 22 September 2015 during the Press Conference for “Trash2Treasure Mobile Application Launching” at 28th Floor, KOMTAR: In moving towards Zero Waste society, Penang Green Council has developed a mobile application -Trash2Treasure. This application supports Penang State Government’s vision to increase the efficiency of recycling...

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Preventing Adverse Impact on Human Health and the Environment from Household Electronic Waste Disposal

Press Statement by Teh Yee Cheu, Tanjung Bungah State Assemblyman and Director of Penang Green Council on 9 August 2015 for the “Trash2Treasure Campaign” at Tanjung Bungah Wet Market. Do you know how many types of material can be recovered from the hard disk? As an effort of promoting Zero Waste Network, Penang Green Council...

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Penang Launches the “Be Green, Make a Difference” Campaign by Allocating More Than RM657, 000 in Green Incentives to Promote Sustainable Use of Resources and Development

Press statement by Lim Guan Eng, Penang Chief Minister and Chairman of Penang Green Council (PGC) on 13 March 2015, Friday Penang aspires to be a liveable city that is cleaner, greener, healthier and safer. The Penang Green Council (PGC) was established to assist Penang’s objective of being the first green state in Malaysia that...