Malaysian regulatory bodies and guidelines for carbon reporting

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Malaysian regulatory bodies and guidelines for carbon reporting    

Malaysia has signed the Kyoto protocol on 12th Mar 1999 and was accepted as a legit member on 4th Sep 2002 with entry into force deadline 16th Feb 2005 (UNFCCC 2011). Malaysia submitted its Initial National Communication (INC) in 2000 with the support from UNDP/GEF. The preparation of Second National Communication (NC2) is a continual step towards further implementation of the UNFCCC at national level which aims to generate a comprehensive report on climate change related issues in Malaysia (Department of Environment 2010)

Structure of NC2 Institutional Arrangement

Structure of NC2 Institutional Arrangement