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CM hopes Penang will lead the way in sustainable policies


Mohamed Idris showing a poster on fighting plastic pollution during a press conference calling for a ban on singleuse plastics at the CAP office in Jalan Masjid Negeri.

Mohamed Idris showing a poster on fighting plastic pollution during a press conference calling for a ban on singleuse plastics at the CAP office in Jalan Masjid Negeri.

PENANG aspires to be the greenest state in Malaysia driven by a green economy, innovative governance with 4P partnerships (public, private, people, professional) and sustainability-led development agenda by 2030.

In his World Environment Day message, Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow said that by 2050, Penang would be a high-income, caring, inclusive, low-carbon and resilient state that emphasises the integrity of its people and environment.

   

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