كورس MIT 11.384-11.386 Malaysia Sustainable Cities Program, Spring 2016

  • Applying a Bottom Up Approach to Improve Energy Subsidies in Malaysia

  • Strategies to Reduce Air Pollution from Vehicle Emissions in Penang, Malaysia

  • Preservation of Local Identity and Architecture in the Face of Rapid Development in Malaysia

  • Challenges of Urban Flooding in Malaysia

  • Redefining Urban Rivers: River Restoration in Johor Bahru, Malaysia

  • A Road Map of Urban Village Transformation in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • Converting Biomass to Energy: A Low Carbon Development Strategy for Malaysia

  • Promoting Low Carbon Development in Johor Bahru

  • Development Induced Displacement in Malaysia

  • Innovative Strategies to Provide Solid Waste Management in Penang, Malaysia

  • "Reduce, Reuse and Recycle", Encouraging Better Solid Waste Management Practices in Malaysia

  • Exploring The Potential For CO2 Emission Reduction Through Green Technology Adoption in Malaysia

  • Transforming Shopping Malls into Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Spaces in Malaysia

  • Reducing Motorcycle Fatality and Promoting Sustainable Transport in Malaysia

  • Saving Malaysia Means Saving its Mangroves

  • Managing Urban Sprawl in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • The Benefits and Costs of Converting Waste to Energy in Malaysia

  • Encouraging Green Architecture in Malaysia



Applying a Bottom Up Approach to Improve Energy Subsidies in Malaysia Strategies to Reduce Air Pollution from Vehicle Emissions in Penang, Malaysia Preservation of Local Identity and Architecture in the Face of Rapid Development in Malaysia Challenges of Urban Flooding in Malaysia Redefining Urban Rivers: River Restoration in Johor Bahru, Malaysia A Road Map of Urban Village Transformation in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Converting Biomass to Energy: A Low Carbon Development Strategy for Malaysia Promoting Low Carbon Development in Johor Bahru Development Induced Displacement in Malaysia Innovative Strategies to Provide Solid Waste Management in Penang, Malaysia "Reduce, Reuse and Recycle", Encouraging Better Solid Waste Management Practices in Malaysia Exploring The Potential For CO2 Emission Reduction Through Green Technology Adoption in Malaysia Transforming Shopping Malls into Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Spaces in Malaysia Reducing Motorcycle Fatality and Promoting Sustainable Transport in Malaysia Saving Malaysia Means Saving its Mangroves Managing Urban Sprawl in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia The Benefits and Costs of Converting Waste to Energy in Malaysia Encouraging Green Architecture in Malaysia

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