How the Malaysia Pavilion is the first net zero carbon initiative at Expo 2020 Dubai


The Malaysia Pavilion at Dubai Expo 2020 was officially launched on Oct 4 and is the first pavilion announced as a net zero carbon initiative at the Expo. Photo: Handout

It seems to gently float above the ground and, at night, can be seen from far away, thanks to the lights installed on columns outside the building, an allegory of rainforest trees and flickering fireflies.

The Malaysia Pavilion at Dubai Expo 2020 was officially launched on Oct 4 and is the first pavilion announced as a net zero carbon initiative at the Expo.

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