Malaysia’s Green Building Tool and Its Best Practices | Sarly Adre Sarkum, MGBC

Sarly Adre Sarkum gets into details on the Malaysia Green Building Confederation’s GBI Township and shares the best green building practices in the country.

GBI Township is expected to proliferate and be a commonly applied tool in the developing countries with many townships like Malaysia. With the tool used to gauge the sustainability level of the building (and eventually the region) the green building industry in Malaysia itself is developing at its own pace according to the country’s needs and putting more concerns on the energy consumption – different from how its other counterparts set their goals, like Singapore and their water supply priority.

Sarly Adre Sarkum is the President of the Malaysia Green Building Confederation.


More about Malaysia Green Building Confederation :

Malaysia Green Building Confederation is a non-profit making organisation established in 2007 to promote sustainable buildings in Malaysia. The organization is supported by the professional, industrial and government sectors to lead the country’s green building industry in embracing responsible measures that would help realized energy savings, water conservation, a healthier indoor environment, better public connectivity, recycling of valuable resources and provision of greenery in developments.

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