Malaysia Climate Change Youth Strategic Action Plan 2016 – 2018

Malaysia Climate Change Youth Strategic Action Plan 2016 – 2018

Strategic Action Plan 2016 – 2018

Our vision is empowered youth taking action on climate change for a sustainable future for all.

Our mission is to amplify the voice of youth movements in climate change through education and mobilisation.

The Solution > Make The Conversation Mainstream – Shaping public opinion with comprehensive climate change education at all levels, especially young people.

Program Delivery

Climate Education
  • Kem Solusi – Introduction to the basic science of Climate Change and the available solutions. Planning to host 6 camps yearly are various location. Targeting 6 kem x 50 pax = 300 engaged participants
  • Kampus Sarap – Experiential field trips and community action that demonstrate sustainability in action, waterfall and beach cleanups, visit to landfill and solar farm. Targeting 6 trips yearly x 35 pax = 210 engaged participants
  • #TabungPustakaIklim – Putting climate change related books onto shelves of libraries. 6 box of books x RM2,000, targeting 6 library to be engaged
  • Pen-debunga-an – Planting bunga raya, providing food for our pollinators, in supporting growth of a healthy forest. Promoting national flower and bee population, will be our souvenirs throughout the year.
Public Policy
  • Malaysian Youth Delegation – Advocacy on public policy studies on multilateral and national platforms, Policy Reading & Understanding Training. COP22 in Marakesh, Morroco, target to send 4 pax yearly to attend UNFCCC meetings and Engagement in National Policy Making
  • National Climate Change Survey – Nationwide survey roadshow with youth on Climate Change Awareness and Concerns. Targeting 10 briefings and survey sessions yearly x 50 pax = 500 pax
  • Iklim Anggota Parlimen Saya – Holding our Elected Representatives Accountable, Policy Education and Monitoring. Targeting to publish online & a book of our MPs reply on environmental & CC issues
Campaigning Skills
  • #PowerShiftMsia – Empowering & mentoring on effective campaigning and project management skills. Targeting 2 camps yearly x 50 pax = 100 participants and 10 adopted projects
Post COP21 Climate Change Forum : The Paris Agreement and Malaysia

Post COP21 Climate Change Forum : The Paris Agreement and Malaysia

Post COP Forum Poster

We are prepared to broadcast the forum LIVE on our YouTube Channel. This depends heavily on the availability of the strong and stable internet provided by the venue.

The Paris Agreement, a legally binding document in concerns to tackling climate change and the issues that follow it. This agreement came together in the last UNFCCC Conference of Parties (COP21) which is a conference to discuss and find a solution to combat climate change. However, what does this agreement mean and how does it affect Malaysia? Do we have a role in this agreement? Come and find out more at this Post COP21 Climate Change Forum.


9.30am – Registration Opens
10.00am- MYD Intro
10.05am – Opening Speech by Mr Gurmit Singh from MCCG
10.15am – Post COP21 Sharing by Kyle Gracey from SustainUS
10.30am – Post COP21 Climate Change Forum
11.30am – QnA
11.45am – Token of Appreciation and group photo
12.00pm – End

Panelist include :

Chee Yoke Ling (TWN)

Chee Yoke Ling (TWN)

Ms. Chee Yoke Ling

Yoke Ling is an international lawyer whose areas of expertise include the environmental,social and economic impacts of globalization, especially in countries of the South. Since 1993 she has worked closely with key negotiators from the global South, scientists and NGOs to campaign for bio safety and climate justice. She was a member of a Malaysian task force that worked on two national laws related to bio safety and the regulation of access to genetic resources. Her current focus areas are: climate change, the interface between biodiversity/traditional knowledge and intellectual property rights, the relationship between multilateral environmental agreements and trade agreements, environmentally-sound technology transfer, and developments on these issues at the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, Convention on Biological Diversity, World Trade Organisation, and the World Intellectual Property Organisation. TWN is a non-profit international network of organisations and individuals involved in sustainable development issues, the South and North-South relations. Yoke Ling Chee is trained in international law, with degrees from the University of Malaya (Malaysia) and Cambridge University (UK). (taken from


Dr Gary Theseira

Dr Gary Theseira

Dr Gary Theseira

Dr. Gary William Theseira is the Deputy Undersecretary of Environment Management and Climate Change Division Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. He is responsible for policy analysis, development and support for environment management and climate change and sustainable development.



Elaine See

Elaine See

Elaine is one of the Malaysian Youth Delegation (MYD) members who was being chosen to attend the COP21 in Paris. Currently a pre-university student, Elaine has shown extraordinary passion to make contribution in the national climate movement since 18. At 19, she actively participated in intensive climate trainings and forums as well as took up challenges such as chairing the Promulgation of the Malaysian Youth Statement on Climate Change and speaking on behalf of the ENGO at the UNFCCC. These efforts successfully equipped her to be an uprising climate youth leader. During her time in COP21, Elaine had been tracking the Malaysian Delegation and following the negotiations, mainly focusing on climate finance

Kyle Gracey

Kyle Gracey

Kyle Gracey

loves empowering young leaders and advancing sustainability. His work broadly focuses on international and domestic sustainable development, including energy policy, environmental policy, and technology policy He is currently a Graduate Research Assistant in Engineering and Public Policy Department with Cernegie Mellon University. He is the Chair, Board Director of SustainUS (U.S. Youth for Justice and Sustainability). Kyle co-founded the youth coalition at the United Nations climate change negotiations, and wrote speeches for Vice President Joe Biden.



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#MYD – Malaysian Youth Delegation – Malaysian youth climate movement at international United Nations climate conferences, UNFCCC, participants will be mentored and hold engagements with various climate expert bodies and dialogue with Malaysian policy makers and negotiators.

Looking To The Future: Beyond COP21


A total of 195 countries came together in Paris to discuss how to address climate change in December 2015. But this Paris Agreement but itself doesn’t save our Planet.

This Roundtable seeks:

  • To discuss the background of the COP processes; and
  • What next including how gender can be an enabler to the post COP process?


  • Date: 3rd February 2016 (Wednesday)
  • Time: 9.30am – 1.30pm
  • Place: Pusat Kepimpinan Wanita Tun Fatimah Hashim, Level 2, Bangunan Tun Fatimah, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. (Tel: 03-89214795)


  • 9.30 – 10.00am : Registrations and Arrivals
  • 10.00 – 12.30noon: Roundtable Discussion Overview on
  • Moderated by Ms Sunitha Bisan, Chair NCWO Environment and Climate Change Committee.
    • Representative Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment
    • Ms Chee Yoke Ling, Third World Network
    • Mr Adrian Yeo, Founder PowerShiftMsia, Mentor  – COP21 of Youth Representatives at COP21
  • 12.30 noon: Closing Remarks & Lunch


  • email:
  • tel: 016-9800355 (Ms Sunitha) or 03 – 79543008 (NCWO Hq)

Laporan Lawatan ke Parlimen Malaysia – Oktober 2015

Laporan Lawatan ke Parlimen Malaysia – Oktober 2015


Mesyuarat Parlimen Dewan Rakyat

Semua pelawat ke Parlimen diberi taklimat mengenai peraturan asas sebelum memasuki Dewan Rakyat. Para pelawat perlu menunduk kepada Yang di-Pertua Dewan Rakyat semasa memasuki dan meninggalkan Dewan; sebagai pemerhati pelawat tidak dibenarkan menyoal ataupun mengambil bahagian dalam perbincangan dan perbahasan.

Sesi Soal Jawab Parlimen hari ini bermula pada 10 pagi sehingga 11.30pagi. Pembentangan tentang agenda yang telah dijadualkan mengambil tempat dahulu dalam bentuk soal jawab. Hanya ahli parlimen atau Member of Parliament (MP) yang terlibat dalam agenda-agenda tersebut diminta menghadiri mesyuarat. Dalam proses soal jawab, kita memerhatikan suasana parlimen agak hangat disebabkan ejekan antara MP.


Selepas itu, perbahasan tentang usul bajet 2016 dimulakan. Didapati banyak rombongan lain yang melawat parlimen pada masa yang sama. Oleh itu, setiap rombongan hanya dibenarkan untuk mengunjungi parlimen dalam giliran sepanjang 30 minit. Malangnya, rombongan kita tidak sempat memasuki parlimen sekali lagi semasa perbahasan tentang bajet kerana tempat duduk pemerhati telah dipenuhi. Selain itu, pihak media mempunyai ruang khas di luar parlimen untuk mereka menyaksi dan melapor persiaran langsung mesyuarat parlimen. Kita berpeluang menyaksikan satu persidangan media yang dianjurkan oleh pihak pembangkang.


Sesi makan dan perbualan dengan YB Ong Kian Ming

Kita bertemu dengan YB Ong Kian Ming untuk sesi perbualan. YB Ong adalah MP kawasan Serdang dan juga jurucakap alam sekitar bagi parti DAP. Beliau memberi informasi ringkas kepada kita tentang kementerian-kementerian di Malaysia yang terlibat dalam perubahan iklim and alam sekitar, iaitu Kementerian Sumber Ali dan Alam Sekitar (NRE), Kementerian Tenaga, Teknologi Hijau Dan Air (KeTTHA), Kementerian Pengangkutan, Kementerian Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri (MITI), dan Kementerian Kesejahteraan, Bandar, dan kerajaan tempatan.

Sepatutnya NRE merupakan kementerian yang bertanggungjawab untuk memimpin dan meyelaraskan sebarang perbincangan tentang alam sekitar dan perubahan iklim antara semua kementerian, tetapi keadaan sebenar bukannya sedemikian. YB Ong menerangkan bahawa alam sekitar dan perubahan iklim masih bukan keutamaan dalam agenda nasional. Interaksi antara kementerian yang tidak cekap juga menyebabkan perancangan dan pelaksanaan kurang memuaskan.

Selain itu, YB Ong menyatakan pandangan beliau tentang penyerahan INDC dari kerajaan Malaysia. Oleh kerana Malaysia merupakan negara yang hampir mencapai status negara maju, kita perlu memberi komitmen yang lebih tinggi daripada negara membangun yang lain. Saya setuju pada pandangan tersebut bahawa Malaysia sepatutnya melakukan lebih banyak secara sukarela tetapi bukan bergantung semata-matanya kepada permindahan teknologi dan kewangan dari negara maju.

YB Ong menawarkan nasihat kepada MYD bahawa kita perlukan bacaan dan penyelidikan yang lebih menyeluruh terutamanya maklumat tentang konteks Malaysia. Dengan ini, kita akan jadi lebih yakin tentang soalan atau isu yang sesuai dan penting untuk dinyatakan kepada pasukan rundingan Malaysia di COP21.

Laporan disediakan oleh Emily Oi (MYD15)

Lawatan ke Dewan Negeri Selangor – November 2015

Lawatan ke Dewan Negeri Selangor – November 2015

Photo Credit: Pejabat Dewan Negeri Selangor

Photo Credit: Pejabat Dewan Negeri Selangor

Dalam usaha untuk mempeliharan alam semulajadi dan tangani masalah perubahan iklim, polisi dan perundangan negara perlu dihalusi. Pada persidangan Dewan Negeri Selangor yang akan datang, kami akan menganjurkan suatu lawatan pendidikan. Hanya 5 orang yang akan dipilih untuk menyertai rombangan pada kali ini. Sila nyatakan “Kenapa anda patut dipilih?” dalam ruangan ‘any other matters’ dalam borang di bawah.

Keputusan pemilihan akan diumumkan pada 27 Oktober 2015.

  • Tarikh: 2 November 2015
  • Masa: 9.00 pagi
  • Tempat Berkumpul: SUK Selangor
  • Pakaian: Sila baca di bawah borang ini



Pakaian yang dibenarkan:


1) Lounge Suit (Hitam) dan bertali leher
2) Baju kemeja lengan panjang dan bertali leher
3) Baju batik lengan panjang
4) Baju Melayu lengkap bersamping dan bersongkok
5) Seluar panjang berwarna hitam (slack)
6) Kasut kulit.


1) Baju kurung atau kebaya labuh / blouse berlengan panjang
2) Skirt panjang di bawah paras lutut
3) Sari dengan blouse berlengan dan pakaian kebangsaan kaum-kaum lain
4) Seluar panjang (slack)
5) Lain-lain pakaian yang kemas dan sopan
6) Berkasut bertutup

MYD Training Series – Gan Pei Ling

MYD Training Series – Gan Pei Ling

gan pei ling

Title: Let’s talk about climate change: What different stories can we tell about climate change in the media or in the coffee shop?

Date: 24 October 2015, Saturday
Time: 3.00pm – 5.00pm
Location: BAC, PJ Campus, Block 1, 1st Floor, Room Colchester

Trainer Profile:

Pei Ling is a freelance journalist and writer passionate about environmental, human rights and gender issues. She currently works as a writer for the European Forest Institute’s Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade Facility’s Asia Regional Office based in KL. Meanwhile, she is also researching and writing a book on the history of student activism in Malaysia in the late 1960s & early 1970s for Pusat Sejarah Rakyat.

As a journalist, she has written for the National Geographic News, The Nut Graph, Selangor Times and Focus Malaysia. She has an MA in Environment and Development from King’s College London and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from UTAR.

#MYD Training Series – Training on UNFCCC negotiations and media work with various climate experts, government bodies and civil society leaders, from July until Nov 2015. Each sessions will run for 2 hours and will be broadcast live on Google Hangout. Hangout will be available on YouTube for future reference.

#MYD – Malaysian Youth Delegation – Malaysian youth climate movement at international United Nations climate conferences, UNFCCC, participants will be mentored and hold engagements with various climate expert bodies and dialogue with Malaysian policy makers and negotiators.