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Forum findings from sustainable indicators

A closer look at the six sustainable indicators reviewed by Forum 21.


Green indicators to assess sustainable development

The Commission on Sustainable Development, a United Nations body which guides implementation of decisions made at the 1992 Earth Summit, has drafted 58 indicators in four areas to assist nations in assessing sustainable development. Some of the indicators:

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Renewable energy law by 'late 2005'

CHINA#8217;S first law on renewable energy is likely to debut in the second half of next year at the earliest, according to an official involved in its drafting.


New management may strengthen TAP Resources ops

A NEW management line-up at TAP Resources Bhd may see the company move towards strengthening its construction, as well as renewable energy, operations, sources say.


Weighing the pros and cons of going green

The road-map towards sustainable mobility currently focuses on improving the traditional internal combustion engine to consume and emit less, switching to cleaner fuels (better quality diesel, natural gas, biofuels and electricity) and using advanced powertrains (hybrids and hydrogen fuel cell technology).


NEAC: Govt to subsidise oil at reasonable rate

THE Malaysian Government will continue to subsidise oil prices, but only at a reasonable rate, the National Economic Action Council (NEAC) said in a booklet entitled I>Harga minyak, Peranan Kerajaan dan Rakyat/I(Oil Price: the role of the Government and Citizens).


Government to adjust power rates

The Government is studying the possibility of penalising those who use excessive electricity with higher tariff rates.


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Renewable energy meet

THE Malaysian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the German Energy Agency (DENA) are organising a symposium on renewable energy in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.


Keng Yaik: Don’t take power tariff for granted

Malaysians have been told to save on electricity usage or face the possibility of paying more in tariff in future.