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A dream to make a cleaner and greener Labuan

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The ProSPER.Net Leadership Programme 2016 highlighted local sustainable challenges and solutions in Malaysia.

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A dream to make a cleaner and greener Labuan

  1. 1. A Dream to Make A Cleaner and Greener Labuan Group 3: Mir, Nomi, Divina, Duong, Cam, Haim, Zaim 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 1
  2. 2. Disclaimer This writing is based only on information collected through observation and brief interviews with a few local villagers. 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 2
  3. 3. Outline  Introduction  Main Issues  Recommendations  Conclusion  Q&A 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 3
  4. 4.  Labuan is a beautiful island  Known for offshore financial hub  And oil and gas sector  Potential tourism industry growth  One of the next vibrant cities in Malaysia Introduction Map of Labuan August8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 4
  5. 5. Introduction Objectives • To identify issues related to domestic waste management (DWM) in Labuan • To examine the role of local leaders and authorities in handling DWM • To identify best strategies for DW 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 5
  6. 6. Domestic Waste Management Situation at Rancha Rancha Laut Rancha Rancha Laut Main Issues 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 6
  7. 7. Kampung Patau-Patau II  Meanwhile Domestic Waste Management Situation at Kampung Patau-Patau Cont’d 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 7
  8. 8. Cont’d Land Fill 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 8
  9. 9. Cont’d 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 9 -Law on prevention from littering -Inconsistent service of private contractors -Lack of monitoring capacity -Different behavior among villages -Adaptation to the situation -More room for improvement -Waste not only from households but also industries -No waste management fee -Better local leadership and engagement between public, private sector and civil society -Lack of buy-in from top management -Advocating and NGOs engagement
  10. 10. Education: - Strategic collaboration in addressing DWM - Curriculum Government: - Labuan as a model - Significant contribution to tourism industry - Facilitate the local authority in purchasing appropriate equipment Enforcement: Enforced law; educate to understand law; Engagement with the financial and other sectors Recommendations 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 10
  11. 11. Our vision A much greener and cleaner Labuan Conclusion Work collectively 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 11
  12. 12. Thank you Q&A but no Reflections Please!!!!!!!!! 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 12
  13. 13. Recommendations • Enforcement: • The group recommends the law should be enforced accordingly. The move is not merely to penalize people but to educate and make the agenda of making Labuan a cleaner, greener and beautiful city materialize. Initiatives to educate people to understand the law should be supported. In particular, continuous engagement by enforcement authority with schools, households, hotels or industry are highly recommended. 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 13
  14. 14. Recommendations • Engagement with the financial sector: • The group recommends the local authority of Labuan to take advantage is position off-shore financial hub by getting local and international banks and investment companies to introduce green and inclusive lending and investment practices. By doing so, the banks will develop standardized policies and procedures that will take into account the risks and impacts on the environment and community including waste management when making financing decisions. Where possible, require them to develop remedial measures to mitigate the project’s risks and impacts identified. This practice will lead for more efficient way to strengthen the responsibility of industries on waste management issues. Alternatively, local authority could add waste management requirements as part of the eligibility criteria for households to receive micro-credit. 8/29/2016 Group 3: A Greener and Cleaner Labuan 14

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