Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment

 

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL
(SDG)

Malaysia’s involvement in the development of the SDG at international level began in late 2014; with the involvement of Economic Planning Unit (EPU) in the negotiation process between United Nations country members (Inter-Governmental Meetings) held from January until July 2015 to finalize the Post 2015 Development Agenda (P2015DA). Discussions between United Nations country members were including the declarations of P2015DA, Sustainable Development Goals and Targets, Means of Implementation and follow-up & review.

For more information please visit

https://www.dosm.gov.my/portal-main/article/sustainable-development-goals#involvement

SDG in UKM

Sustainability management at UKM was initiated in 2007 when the Development Unit of UKM prepared the Physical Campus Development Master Plan 2007-2020. This strategic plan was aimed to monitor the development plan to be sustainable in terms of infrastructure development, space requirements, environmental conservation, energy and solid waste management, landscape, campus facilities and cultivation of sustainable life. This plan was first drafted in November 2008 by the Institute of Environment and Development (LESTARI) UKM led by Datin Paduka Dr. Halimaton Saadiah, Head of UKM Sustainable Campus Group and a Senior Fellow at LESTARI.

UKM Sustainability Strategic Plan 2030

SDG @ FKAB

SDG POSTER AND INDIVIDUAL GOALS FOR WEB AND PRINT

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SDG LOGO, INCLUDING FONT FOR WEB AND PRINT

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