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National Climate Governance Summit

Updated: Aug 10, 2023

5-7 September 2023 | Sasana Kijang, Bank Negara Malaysia

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Live Blog [updated 9 August 2023]

Program book unveiled! Be the first to read this here.

CGM National CG Summit 2023 - Detailed Program Booklet 9 Aug 2023
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[updated 8 August 2023]

Climate Governance Malaysia has been working hard to launch the first National Climate Governance Summit targeting SMEs and we are delighted to feature more than 70 thought leaders who are keen sustainability practitioners, including the keynote by HH Pemangku Raja Pahang, interventions by YB Minister Nik Nazmi and YB Deputy Minister Liew Chin Tong, as well as over 15 workshops designed to deliver content targeted for SMEs.

We are delighted to have the support of key stakeholders such as the Companies Commission of Malaysia, SME Corp. Malaysia, FIDE FORUM, Malaysian Institute of Corporate Governance, Institute of Corporate Directors Malaysia and the United Nations Development Programme, alongside many industry partners such as the CEO Action Network, American Malaysia Chamber of Commerce, British Malaysia Chambers of Commerce, EUROCHAM Malaysia, GreenRE, Malaysia Association of Energy Service Companies, Malaysia Photovoltaic Industry Association, the Real Estate and Housing Developers Association.

The objective of this Summit is to empower SMEs in Malaysia to build climate resilient businesses and contribute to climate governance through enhanced knowledge and understanding of climate action and best practices.

Many in private sector have already pivoted towards more sustainable practices but we are running out of time in this existential crisis, as targeting net zero in 2050 is already outdated as the world will hit 1.5^ of warming in the next few years creating unprecedented extreme weather.

This is the only sustainability event specifically targeting SMEs in Malaysia, the backbone of the economy, comprising 97.2% of business establishments.

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