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14 - 22 Sep 2020
Module 1 - Agricultural Commodities and Sustainability Certification
12 - 20 Oct 2020
Module 2: Renewable Energy, Climate Change and Food Security
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Module 2: Renewable Energy, Climate Change and Food Security:
Mainstreaming Biodiversity Conservation into Agricultural Commodities through the National Policy on Biological Diversity 2016-2025
Dr. Khairul Naim Adham
Dr. Khairul Naim Adham is the Undersecretary, Biodiversity Management Division, Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources Malaysia. He is a registered Professional Technologist with the Malaysia Board of Technologies (MBOT). He has served as an Administrative and Diplomatic Officer (PTD) for the Government of Malaysia in various Ministries include the Ministry of Housing and Local Government, Ministry of Internal Security, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, and the Ministry of Water, Land and Natural Resources. He is also a National Industry Expert (Environment) and an Expert Panel for the National Occupational Skills Standard (NOSS) Sustainability Management, National Competency Standard (NCS) Sustainable Procurement, and Occupational Framework (OF) Green Technology Industry under the Department of Skills Malaysia, Ministry of Human Resources Malaysia. He holds a PhD in Environment and Development, Master of Science (Science Philosophy and Science & Technology Policy Studies), Bachelor of Horticultural Science and Post-Graduate Diploma in Public Management.
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Malaysia is one of the 12 megadiverse countries which holds at least 70% of the world's known species. Biodiversity provides the essential ecological services and helps Malaysia to sustain her economy in many ways. While focusing on economic growth and development, Malaysia gives equal emphasis in promoting biodiversity conservation. The National Policy on Biological Diversity 2016-2025 (NPBD) provides the direction and framework to conserve biodiversity, to promote its sustainable use and to ensure that its benefits are equitably shared. It also forms part of Malaysia’s response to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)’s Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020. NPBD outlines the key steps in managing agricultural commodities sustainably to ensure that the activities are compatible with long-term conservation of biodiversity.
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