Malaysia to focus on green tech, says PM

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Malaysia to focus on green tech, says PM

Najib Razak, Malaysia's Prime Minister says that the world must rise to the challenge posed by climate change now before it becomes a case of "too little, too late."
"It's the challenge of our times that requires a concerted effort in harnessing the global reservoir of scientific and intellectual capital," he said at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi.
Malaysia, would be looking at four main sectors to implement green technologies – energy, transport, buildings and water, he said.
"We have to adopt green technologies to not only enhance efficiency and effectiveness of energy use, but also to effectively mitigate carbon emissions," he said.
Speaking about the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit's failure to reach an agreement on climate change, Najib said," "We have time and time again chosen to take the path of expediency rather than boldly taking the bull by the horns and do what is needed and necessary to address the threat of climate change. It's our moral responsibility to bequeath to our children a more pristine and healthy planet."


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