KUALA LUMPUR, April 27 — The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) Malaysia, in partnership with the Works Ministry, will organise a seminar titled, “Eleventh Malaysia Plan-Realising Green Growth: Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure as the Game Changer”.
The one-day session on May 12 is aimed at further facilitating the green growth agenda in the country.
“The seminar comprising a ministerial roundtable, forums and exhibitions, is expected to gather over 500 participants, including policy makers, government officials and corporate leaders, to discuss action plans and strategies outlined in the 11th Malaysia Plan,” it said in a statement.
CIDB Malaysia Chief Executive Datuk Ahmad ‘Asri Abdul Hamid said it was vital for all parties to work together and develop the nation in a sustainable and resilient manner, to conserve natural resources, minimise environmental impact and pursue economic growth that is inclusive and beneficial.
“The seminar will provide an important platform for government officials and key stakeholders to address pertinent challenges and strategies, to exchange and explore views on effective policies, practices and experiences to drive the green agenda in Malaysia,” he added.
For more information on the seminar, visit www.cidb.gov.my.