Malaysia started its journey on sustainable development when the New Economic Policy (NEP) was introduced in 1970 to eradicate poverty and restructure societal imbalance. In 2009, Malaysia formulated the New Economic Model (NEM) which further cemented their commitment to pursue sustainable development based on three pillars, namely high income, inclusivity, and sustainability. Moving forward, Malaysia is ambitious in setting higher targets for the SDGs through sustained and systematic effort.

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OUR NATIONAL ADVISORY PANEL (NAP) 2020/21

Gallery

A selection of images from all the Sustainable Business Awards ceremonies held thus far.

WINNERS PROFILE

A full breakdown of the SBA winners divided into 12 separate categories.

STRATEGY AND SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT
Energy management
Climate Change
Business responsibility and ethics
Flagship Initiative
Overall
Workforce
Water management
Supply chain management
Stakeholder engagement and materiality
SME
Community
Waste and material productivity
Land use and biodiversity
UN SDGs
Social Enterprise