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SEPANG Municipal Council’s (MPSepang) parking system is now digitalised in line with Selangor government’s efforts to turn the municipality into a smart city.
KLANG Municipal Council (MPK) will take the lead to instal solar panels at its headquarters Bangunan Sultan Alam Shah with the aim of decarbonising the municipality’s energy source and improving its carbon footprint.
Kuala Lumpur City Hall has identified Wangsa Maju’s Section 1 for its pilot project and hopes to impress stakeholders in other areas on the long-term benefits of switching to green technology to address climate change.
ALL future development projects in Kuala Lumpur, be they commercial or residential, must rely on 30% renewable energy, says Kuala Lumpur mayor Datuk Seri Mahadi Che Ngah.
FOR its efforts in reducing carbon emissions, Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) received a total of 16 diamond recognition and provisional certification awards at the Low Carbon City 2030 Challenge (LCC2030C) ceremony held in Putrajaya.
BUILDINGS contribute about 90% of the world’s carbon emissions, and thus represent the biggest opportunities for climate change mitigation through carbon reduction.
Kuala Lumpur folk will soon be able to enjoy a new city park measuring 231.48ha, comprising seven lakes and ponds.
WHEN Petronas introduced a walking challenge in December 2019, some 20,000 of its employees joined in from across the globe.