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For the love of green

IN continuation of our “green” theme, we feature, this week, two more developers offering properties that offer a “greener” environment.

The Sun Daily

Read more December 29

MAH sasar 100 hotel hijau

Persatuan Hotel Malaysia (MAH) menyasarkan untuk mengiktiraf 100 hotel hijau secara sah dalam tempoh dua hingga tiga tahun akan datang sebagai usaha untuk mengekalkan daya saing industri hotel bagi tempoh jangka panjang

Harian Metro

Read more December 16

HOTELS TAKE UP THE GREEN CRUSADE

THE voice from environmentalists to do more to arrest the environmental degradation happening around us is growing louder.

Star Property.my

Read more December 13

Jksb and incheon bridge corporation to collaborate beyond bridge management and maintenance

JKSB Board of Directors visiting the Inspection Gondola for the 800m Incheon Grand Bridge Navigation Span, South Korea.

New Sarawak Tribune.com

Read more November 17

New addition to KL’s skyline

The Naza Tower is a Green Building Index-accredited high-rise is part of the 3.6ha Platinum Park integrated development that encompasses retail, hotel, and luxury residences.

The Star Online

Read more November 13

SHOWCASING CUTTING-EDGE TECH

ABOUT 100 leading real estate developers from across Asia attended a Developers’ Forum which provided a platform for industry knowledge sharing and networking on solutions for greener and smarter residential and commercial developments.

The Star Online

Read more November 3

SPREADING THE GREEN MESSAGE

The number of sustainable and green developments in Malaysia has been increasing over the past few years. Much of this is driven by the growing consumers and end users demand.

The Edge

Read more November 2

GREEN INVESTMENT MAKE SENSE

Many people, not just Malaysians, do not have a clear perception about what green building is all about. The reality is that green building is beneficial in many ways, and that it isn’t only morally right to go green. It makes sense on an economic, productivity, well-being, and lifestyle perspective.

PropertyInsight

Read more October 20

Five-storey villas drawing interest

THE Y Cantonments town villas in Cantonment Road, Pulau Tikus, Penang, drew many prospective buyers during the launching of its show unit.

The Star Online

Read more October 13

GOING ‘GREEN’ MAKES FINANCIAL SENSE

Environmentally-friendly initiatives are not always looked upon favourably by Malaysians (and indeed, the rest of the world). This is hardly surprising, given the relatively cheap costs of fuel, energy and water here, as compared to many other First World nations. Globally speaking, governments face an uphill battle in convincing their people that such initiatives are necessary, since they can often be quite costly with little-to-no immediate noticeable impact.

Business Circle

Read more October 12

TOP GLOVE ON BULLISH MODE

SHAH ALAM: Top Glove Corp Bhd expects its sales and profit to be at an all-time high this year, boosted by the weak ringgit and lower prices of raw materials.Chairman Tan Sri Lim Wee Chai said business was “very encouraging”, also due to the results seen from the rubber glove manufacturer’s heavy investment in automation and computerisation in its factories

The Star Online

Read more October 2

MAKE IT COMPULSARY TO BUILD GREEN BUILDINGS

KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 11): The authorities have been urged to give mandates to developers to build sustainable buildings as the country aims to transform its town centres into smart cities, said panelists at the “Smart Cities: Tackling Urbanisation and Climate Change” forum yesterday.

The Edge Property.com

Read more September 11

SEMINAR TO PROMOTE ADOPTION OF GREEN BUILDING IN MALAYSIA

Nippon Paint Malaysia Group is encouraging owners of factories to move towards greener buildings through its Green Factory Seminar 2015

The Star Online

Read more August 26

DIFFERENT KINDS OF GREEN

Given the rise of the green agenda locally and globally, there is an urgent need for us to proactively change the way we conduct our business and adopt more environment-friendly measures.

FocusM

Read more August 19

SLOW GOING FOR GREEN FACTORIES

A growing number of factories are adopting environment-friendly initiatives but the number of establishments going for green certification is lower than anticipated.

FocusM

Read more August 19

MEDIA INTERVIEW ON GREEN FACTORY SEMINAR

nipponpaint.com.my

Read more August 19

GBI TARGETS 100 GREEN RATED FACTORIES BY 2020

SHAH ALAM (Aug 10): Green Building Index(GBI) targets to have 100 green rated factories by 2020, according to chairman ofGreen Building Index Accreditation Panel(GBIAP), Von Kok Leong.

The Edge Property.com

Read more August 11

FMM URGES FACTORY OWNERS TO ADOPT 'GREEN BUILDING' PRACTICES

SHAH ALAM, Aug 10 (Bernama) -- The Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers(FMM) has called on its members to adopt'green building' practices in their daily operations in a move to create a more environmental-friendly sustainable nation.

BERNAMA.com

Read more August 11

More buildings are adopting 'green building' index

Works Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof said the signs are positive on green building initiatives with Malaysian construction and building industry embracing green building practices where both energy consumed and waste produced are reduced without irreversible impacts to the ecosystem.

The Sun Daily

Read more August 4

LAI MENG SCHOOL

Read more July 30

SEMINAR & CONVENTION

Setia City Convention Centre is nuzzled within a 97.1ha green heart off Shah Alam.

The Star

Read more July 21

KFC goes ‘green’

IN : a commendable move that sets the standard for other organisations to follow, KFC Malaysia launched its first eco-friendly restaurant in the country.

The Sun Daily

Read more June 19

A need for greener buildings

Malaysia had more than 40 retail mall projects that were in compliance with the Green Building Index (GBI) as at May. At present, 15 are green-certified.

The Edge

Read more June 08

The LIGHT Waterfront Penang wins Silver FIABCI Award

The development also earned Malaysia's Green Building Index (GBI) certification for incorporating environmentally sustainable elements throughout the development.

StarProperty.my

Read more June 03

Solutions that land us in a fix

THE number of vehicles in this country has increased tremendously over the past two decades. Based on statistics from the Transport Ministry, the figures quadrupled from as little as 5mil in 1991 to 21.4mil in 2011, with an average annual growth rate of 7.5%.

The Star Online

Read more June 03

GBI receives award from Greentech

GREENBUILDINGINDEX Sdn Bhd was honoured by the Malaysian Green Technology Corporation (GreenTech Malaysia).

The Star

Read more April 27

City council to build RM21.4mil disabled-friendly sports complex in Relau

A NEW sports complex - City Sports Complex to be built in Relau - will be the first sports complex in Penang which fulfils the Green Building Index features.

The Star Online

Read more April 22

Developers may go slow on going green

KUALA LUMPUR: With the country's economy and property sector expected to face headwinds this year, developers are expected to ease up on getting their property development green-certified as part of efforts to contain costs.

The Ant Daily

Read more Feb 18

Wartawan BH terima Anugerah GreenTech

Wartawan BH memenangi anugerah personaliti Malaysia's Top 30 Green Catalysts 2014 oleh Malaysian Green Technology Corp(GreenTech Malaysia) pada majlis penganugerahan paling berprestij industri, Anugerah GreenTech.

GreenTech Malaysia

Read more Feb 06

Malaysian Green Technology Corporation - GreenTech Awards Gala Dinner

Malaysian Green Technology Corporation (GreenTech Malaysia) recently organised the GreenTech Awards to recognise and honour Malaysia's Top 30 Green Catalyts for 2014 comprising individuals and organisations who have had significant...

The Malaysian Reserve

Read more Feb 04

Malaysia's Top 30 Green Catalysts

Wartawan BH memenangi anugerah personaliti Malaysia's Top 30 Green Catalysts 2014 oleh Malaysian Green Technology Corp(GreenTech Malaysia) pada majlis penganugerahan paling berprestij industri, Anugerah GreenTech.

The Star online

Read more Feb 02

Limit urban sprawl

THE world is increasingly urban. In 1900, only 10% of the world's population lived in cities. In 2010, the figure was more than 50% and by 2050, it is expected that two out of every three people will live in cities.

The Star online

Read more Jan 27

Ensuring affordability and sustainability

Jagdeep Signh Deo:I think you are correct in saying that Penang has become an attractive location for property investment.i've always said we should not be victims of our success...

The Edge

Read more Jan 05
 
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