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Make SDGs relevant for all so no one gets left behind

THE Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), set up in 2015 by the United... Read More

Make environment a security issue

By Alizan Mahadi and Nazran Johari Two incidents last month reminded us... Read More

Asean must take daring steps like EU

Entering 2020, there were many reasons for Asean to take pride in... Read More

Covid-19 is a reminder of our relationship with Nature

One of the few pieces of seemingly good news to come out... Read More

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Mr Nazran Johari

Nazran Johari is a Senior Researcher in Technology, Innovation, Environment and Sustainability (TIES) at ISIS Malaysia. His research interests include legal institutions and sustainable development. Prior to ISIS Malaysia, Nazran had been involved in both investment banking and public affairs consulting. He read law (LL.B) at University College London.

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Make SDGs relevant for all so no one gets left behind

13 April 2021
THE Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), set up in 2015 by the United Nations and adopted by all member states, have provided truly worthwhile aims for Malaysia to aspire to by 2030. However, it must be remembered that the SDGs were created at the international level. As a result, a significant conundrum in making SDGs a…

Make environment a security issue

09 October 2020
By Alizan Mahadi and Nazran Johari Two incidents last month reminded us about the absurd juxtaposition when it comes to environmental security in Malaysia. On Sept 3, water disruptions affected 1.2 million households in the Klang Valley, due to the act of river pollution. On Sept 10, Kuala Lumpur was hit by flash floods, with…

Asean must take daring steps like EU

17 June 2020
Entering 2020, there were many reasons for Asean to take pride in the bloc’s progress towards sustainable development. Extreme poverty has decreased from 138 million in 2000 to 44 million in 2015. Life expectancy, which was 63 years in 1984, rose to 70.9 by 2016. Asean’s gross domestic product has more than quadrupled since 1999,…

Covid-19 is a reminder of our relationship with Nature

28 March 2020
One of the few pieces of seemingly good news to come out in these troubling times is what might be called the return of Nature. Many on social media worldwide were joyous when pictures of dolphins swimming in the canals of Venice and drunken elephants in China appeared. These two specific stories sadly turned out…
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