Malaysia Solve Climate 2030: Green Recovery, Climate Solutions, and a Just Transition

Wed, 07 Apr 2021
3:46 pm
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Greetings ITS Students!

We are pleased to inform you that The University of Malaya (UM) is organising a webinar on “Malaysia Solve Climate 2030: Green Recovery, Climate Solutions, and a Just Transition” –  the first event of “Celebrating UM International Engagement 2021”. This program is a continuation of UM’s International Week (iWeek) 2020 as well as UM International Webinar Series 2020. This webinar is also under the “Solve Climate by 2030” International Initiative led by Bard College in collaboration with Open Society University Network and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU).

The soft launch of “Celebrating UM International Engagement 2021” followed by a webinar will take place on 13th April 2021 (Tuesday) at 2.45 pm (GMT+8). During this webinar, three Malaysia’s leaders in climate action will share their thoughts and experiences on how the state, community and individual actions can put us on the path to solving climate change by 2030.

Don’t miss this event and register yourself via the QR code on the flyer or by clicking this link. 
More details can be found here and in the poster here
For further inquiries regarding this program, please kindly send email at or

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