Held each year in a unique and significant location within Malaysia, the conference offers eye-opening experiences to inculcate a sense of environmental stewardship among students and urge them to care for the planet. IESC 2016 took place in Sandakan, Sabah - home of many endangered species such as Orangutan, Sun Bear, Proboscis Monkeys, Hornbill, and many other flora and fauna.

This World Environment Day, we find ourselves a bit disconnected with nature. Most of us live in the concrete jungle, we spend a lot of time in cars or glued to our chairs staring at the computer screens and we spend very little time outdoors. Some of us know very little of our relationship with …

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The River of Life project is currently at 67% completion.

by Melvin Chow For since the first organisms breathed life in this world, water was the first main component for them to survive. Even until today, the world’s collective flora and fauna require water not only to stay alive but to keep our health in shape. The River of Life initiative is aimed to create …

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A Sustainable Country Calls for a Sustainable Finance Policy The Global Footprint Network, established in 1990 by researchers, estimates that we are currently using the resources of 1.6 planets to provide the goods and services we consume each year. If we continuously consume exceeding the Earth’s limits, we risk causing permanent damage to our future, …

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CEO of Eco Club Malaysia, Kevin Chan, had the privilege of leaving a footprint within the City of Elmina by planting a tree.

By Melvin Chow As the City of Elmina was planned by the brainchildren of Sime Darby Properties Sdn Bhd, little did anyone know that the township was built upon great care to balance between the environment and healthy living. Brought to view how life could be at the City of Elmina, Eco Club Malaysia experienced …

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Celebrating Earth Day by ECM Editor

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LGRC takes on international environmental defense at LIMA 17’ Langkawi Green Recycle Centre (LGRC) was launched by Deputy Minister of MOSTI, Deputy Minister Datuk Wira Dr. Abu Bakar bin Mohamad Diah and YB Dato’ Haji Mohd Bin Haji Abd. Hamid at Adya Hotel on the 18th of February 2017. Developing ecological policies and its application …

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From Teens to Teens Conventional wisdom would place one’s teenage years as the most important part of one’s life cycle, as it is a time where you learn and adapt the values of the society while you embark on a journey of self-discovery. Some will call it a phase, but this is the moment when …

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Langkawi Green Recycle Centre Seminar Introduction One of the consequences of the increasing use of information such as “Melestari Keajaiban Kitar Semula Dalam Industri Pelancongan” is becoming more aware of the necessity to develop the first Recycle Centre on Langkawi Island. This was the main driver for organizing this seminar. Hotels, restaurants, Government organizations, institutions, …

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KAGC’s Flourishing for Sprout Chinese New Year Open House Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is one of the most important Chinese festival at the turn of the traditional lunisolar Chinese Calendar. Within China, regional customs and traditions brought forth the festivities as an occasion for Chinese families to gather for the …

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Sunteek Handicapped Welfare Home KAGC College, Ecoclub organized a visit to Suntek Handicapped Welfare Home on the 12th January 2017, at Jalan Kuching, Taman City, KL. The charity visit which took place from 11am to 1pm was done for the purpose of donating basic necessities for the handicapped children. Ecoclub partnered with Fleming, a global …

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