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Climate Resilient Growth May Be Our Only Option

IN 1988, former National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientist James Hansen raised... Read More

The case for a ‘better safe than sorry’ policy

LAST week, environment ministers from around the world met at the United... Read More

Look Beyond Government to Boost Multilateralism

As the role of states wanes, countries that provide space and incentives... Read More

Clearing the Air on Our Basic Right to Clean Air

As the smog engulfs the region, many have questioned whether we are... Read More

Navigating the Technological Revolution

Imagine a world where computers grow the food we eat, drones construct... Read More

A New Climate of Cooperation

Last Saturday, the Paris agreement on climate change was struck and hailed... Read More

Impressive Initiatives: Translating Rhetoric into Solutions Requires Collective Action

IMPRESSIVE INITIATIVES: Translating rhetoric into solutions requires collective action If a dollar... Read More

A Sustainable World by 2030

WHAT can we do today for a better world in 2030? What... Read More

Raising Literacy on Sustainability Issues

EL Nino is reported by the World Meteorological Organisation to have 60-88... Read More

Clearing up Muddy Waters in Supply Issues

By Alizan Mahadi which appeared in New Straits Times, 29 January 2013 Read More

Governing Climate Change: Challenges for a Coherent ASEAN Policy on Climate Change

Article by Alizan Mahadi which appeared in ASEAN Newsletter (of the Ministry... Read More

Warding off Easter Island Syndrome

Article by Alizan Mahadi which appeared in The New Straits Times, 7... Read More

Happy to be Rich

Has your life been 4.7 per cent better within the last three... Read More

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Mr Alizan Mahadi

Mr Alizan Mahadi is a Senior Fellow with the Technology, Innovation, Environment and Sustainability (TIES) programme. Previously, he served as the Special Officer to the Science Advisor to the Prime Minister and Chair of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). He is the current Principal Officer to the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Malaysia Chapter.

Alizan is undertaking research on multi-level governance, transitions and transformations and is involved in developing a sustainable development implementation plan for the Economic Planning Unit of Malaysia. His other areas of research include institutions for sustainable development and sustainable consumption and production. Alizan has a Master of Science in Sustainable Development from University of Uppsala, Sweden and a Chartered Surveyor (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors).


Published Articles

Climate Resilient Growth May Be Our Only Option

24 July 2019
IN 1988, former National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientist James Hansen raised the alarm on climate change by telling a United States congressional hearing that,...

The case for a ‘better safe than sorry’ policy

19 March 2019
LAST week, environment ministers from around the world met at the United Nations Environment Assembly in Nairobi, with one of its agenda being to agree...

Look Beyond Government to Boost Multilateralism

23 August 2018
As the role of states wanes, countries that provide space and incentives for non-state actors stand a better chance at achieving meaningful progress. AMIDST the...

Clearing the Air on Our Basic Right to Clean Air

23 August 2016
As the smog engulfs the region, many have questioned whether we are doing enough to hold those responsible accountable. The challenge is that resolving the...

Navigating the Technological Revolution

14 June 2016
Imagine a world where computers grow the food we eat, drones construct our buildings and robots diagnose our illnesses. It may sound like something from...

A New Climate of Cooperation

15 December 2015
Last Saturday, the Paris agreement on climate change was struck and hailed as a historic turning point towards averting a climate catastrophe. Along with the...
Impressive Initiatives: Translating Rhetoric into Solutions Requires Collective Action

Impressive Initiatives: Translating Rhetoric into Solutions Requires Collective Action

03 March 2015
IMPRESSIVE INITIATIVES: Translating rhetoric into solutions requires collective action If a dollar is gained every time sustainable development is mentioned, it will probably be enough...
A Sustainable World by 2030

A Sustainable World by 2030

11 November 2014
WHAT can we do today for a better world in 2030? What are the development goals that will chart a path to a future that...

Raising Literacy on Sustainability Issues

08 July 2014
EL Nino is reported by the World Meteorological Organisation to have 60-88 per cent likelihood to be fully established between now and December. As this...
water shortage

Clearing up Muddy Waters in Supply Issues

29 January 2013
By Alizan Mahadi which appeared in New Straits Times, 29 January 2013
climate change

Governing Climate Change: Challenges for a Coherent ASEAN Policy on Climate Change

02 November 2012
Article by Alizan Mahadi which appeared in ASEAN Newsletter (of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Republic of Korea), September 2012, p. 4-5
mangrove

Warding off Easter Island Syndrome

09 August 2012
Article by Alizan Mahadi which appeared in The New Straits Times, 7 August, 2012 Attachments: Alizan_NST_7Aug12.pdf

Happy to be Rich

05 June 2012
Has your life been 4.7 per cent better within the last three months? If the economic indicator in the form of gross domestic product (GDP)...