UNDP helps Malaysia study a carbon disclosure program
A carbon emissions' disclosure system is being developed by Malaysia as part of its green effort. The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) is helping the Malaysian government with a study to develop National Carbon Disclosure Program, reports Xinhua.
Natural resources and environment minister Douglas Uggah released a speech at the launch of an environmental award saying that the program would establish a national reporting standard that would help Malaysian companies to prepare corporate greenhouse gas inventories that represent an accurate account of their emissions.
The aim of the program was to encourage participating organizations to set emission reduction targets and develop effective emission reduction action plans, prepares Malaysia for further carbon emission reductions in the future, the minister added.