Malaysia to announce commitment towards carbon-neutral target by 2050 at UN climate change conference, says Tuan Ibrahim

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is set to announce its commitment in becoming a carbon neutral nation as early as 2050, says Datuk Seri Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man.

"It is an important statement by the country which will be made during the United Nations Climate Change Conference or COP26," he said during his ministerial reply on the 12th Malaysian Plan (12MP) in Dewan Rakyat on Tuesday (Oct 5).

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