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Current Projects

1. Organic Farming (OFP)

2. Sust Dev Initiatives (SUDI)

3. PJ-EcoMobility (PJ-EcoM)

4. Selangor State EE (SSEE)

New Publication
Organic Farming

CURRENT FUND RAISING APPEALS

Project
Funding Required (RM)
1. SUDI Study on Water
220,000
2. SUDI Study on Sustainable Resource Management in Malaysia (in the context of SDGs)
77,000
3. CETDEM Annual Operations
70,000

Monetory DONATIONS to CETDEM are tax exempt
Read more about Donating to CETDEM


LATEST PUBLICATIONS

VACANCY, INTERNS AND VOLUNTEERS

Immediate vacancy in the ORGANIC FARMING PROJECT for
ASSISTANT PROJECT COORDINATOR.
Click here for more information on Vacancy, Interns and Volunteers

What to do with your USED COOKING OIL?


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DAY TRIP TO AN ORGANIC FARM

Date : 12~Nov~ 2017 Sunday
Fees : Members: RM25 (adult); RM20 (children)
Non-members: RM30 (adult); RM25 (children)
Time : 7.00am depart from CETDEM office, No 17, Jln
SS2/53, PJ
Transport : Own transport. Car-pooling is encouraged
Closing Date : 7 Nov 2017 (All registration forms must come with payment) All payment is non-refundable but transferable)

Programme:

Participants get the opportunity to experience hands on activities such vegetable seeds sowing / transplanting and harvesting , animals feeding aside from understanding how vermin composting being made.
For more details, please call 016 219 5826 or via WhatsApp / of@cetdem.org.my


CETDEM Farmer’s Corner is back!
Are you looking for fresh organic vegetables, vegetable seeds, organic compost, fertilizer? Don’t miss out our Farmer’s Corner.

Besides, we also offer varieties of ulam/herbs as well as house plants that have the ability to remove indoor air pollutants or produce oxygen and remove carbon dioxide at night.
The Objectives of this small farmer’s corner include:

* To Cater specifically to small organic farmers as an outlet to market their produce.
* To Cultivate closer relationships/trust amongst farmers and consumers.
* To Provide fresh and affordable organically grown vegetables to consumers.

See you on 21 October 2017, Saturday at the Organic Farming Community Centre at No 29 Jalan 19/15, Section 19, Petaling Jaya.


ORGANIK DAY IS COMING TO BANGSAR!


Saturday, 7 October 2017
10.00am ~ 4.00pm
Pusat Komuniti Bukit Bandaraya
Jalan Medang Tanduk,
Bukit Bandar Raya, Bangsar, 59100 KL
of@cetdem.org.my; 016 219 5826


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The 25th edition Hari Organik is in Bangsar for the 5th consecutive year!
Hari Organik is an event where you get to meet the farmers/producers and other organic business entities to consult on organic farming / gardening practices; wellness/health products/food that are good for your health and much more!

If you are looking for household and skin care products, organic compost, fertilizer, vegetable seeds and seedlings, this is the place for you! For those who are looking for saplings at reasonable price, come to us as stocks are limited!

If you are concerned of how organic are those products/ produce in the market, join us for the open dialogue with the farmer/producer & Retailer.

An event not to be missed, so what are you waiting for?!

*Those interested to showcase/promote their products may contact Ms Tan at 016 219 5826.

Please remember to bring your own shopping bags and tiffin-carrier!!

Admission is Free.


CETDEM Hari Organik, our signature event, will be held on Saturday, 2 Sept and Sunday, at Oasis Village, Ara Damansara.




“Hari Organik” is organized by Centre for Environment, Technology and Development, Malaysia (CETDEM), in collaboration with LifeScape and MindSpace, and supported by MBPJ and Wellness Concept (M), to bring the community together to learn the importance of organic farming and how to cook, eat and grow organically.


The Hari Organic will show case local products/produce that are available in the market. There will be series of talks and demonstration on health matter as well as how to convert kitchen and garden and put into good use and tips on setting up an organic home garden on that day.


Besides farmers selling their organic veggies and fruits, organic fruit saplings; organic herb/vegetable seedlings and seeds, manufacturers and traders will be there with their special offer organic compost, body health & skincare products and many others. Also available to whet one’s appetite is organic white curry laksa, organic breads/buns, quick breads and ulam etc.


Visitors are encouraged to bring their own shopping bags and tiffin-carriers.


Entrance is free.


CETDEM Farmer’s Corner is back!
Are you looking for fresh organic vegetables, vegetable seeds, organic compost, fertilizer? Don’t miss out our Farmer’s Corner.

Besides, we also offer varieties of ulam/herbs as well as house plants that have the ability to remove indoor air pollutants or produce oxygen and remove carbon dioxide at night.
The Objectives of this small farmer’s corner include:

* To Cater specifJanuaryor small organic farmers as an outlet to market their produce.
* To Cultivate closer relationships/trust amongst farmers and consumers.
* To Provide fresh and affordable organically grown vegetables to consumers.

See you on 15 July 2017, Saturday at the Organic Farming Community Centre at No 29 Jalan 19/15, Section 19, Petaling Jaya.


Simple and inexpensive ways to go green
by Nur Khairah Alegria Suner

Going green does not necessarily have to cost you a fortune. It can start with a simple gesture like turning off the lights and air-conditioner when they are not in use. According to Centre for Environment, Technology and Development Malaysia (Cetdem) executive director Anthony Tan Kee Huat, not all green initiatives or technologies are costly.

“One of the most powerful tools are our fingers. With our fingers, we have the power to switch off the lights or any electrical appliances not being used. “It does not cost anything. In fact, you gain more by saving and cutting your electricity bills,” Tan told FMT after attending the European Climate Diplomacy Week forum at Taylor’s University yesterday.

Read more: Simple and inexpensive ways to go green


CETDEM Farmer’s Corner is back!
Are you looking for fresh organic vegetables, vegetable seeds, organic compost, fertilizer? Don’t miss out our Farmer’s Corner.

Besides, we also offer varieties of ulam/herbs as well as house plants that have the ability to remove indoor air pollutants or produce oxygen and remove carbon dioxide at night.
The Objectives of this small farmer’s corner include:

* To Cater specifJanuaryor small organic farmers as an outlet to market their produce.
* To Cultivate closer relationships/trust amongst farmers and consumers.
* To Provide fresh and affordable organically grown vegetables to consumers.

See you on 10 June 2017, Saturday at the Organic Farming Community Centre at No 29 Jalan 19/15, Section 19, Petaling Jaya.


Platinum Sponsors

Co-Sponsors

Date: 23rd May 2017 (Tuesday)

Time: 9am – 1pm

Location: Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya

Pre-registration @ RM 250 only per participant

CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP SUPPORT IS MUCH APPRECIATED

Contact Anthony Tan, WA: 016-3316340 or E: ed@cetdem.org.my


Maintenance key to addressing environmental issues, says activist
Stories by TERENCE TOH

Speaking at the launch of his book Memoirs of a Malaysian Eco-Activist, the Penang-born activist said Malaysians were very good at constructing new things, but terrible at keeping them maintained. “Everyone thinks planting trees is great. But they forget that trees have to be maintained.

On the future of the nation’s environment, Gurmit Singh said he hoped the new generation would be more environmentally conscious. “My hope is that more young people will get involved with environmental issues, but with their eyes open. “If you go back and look at the new generation, they like instant results. “But environmental issues cannot have instant results. You have to look at the long-term,” he said.

Present at the launch was World Islamic Economic Forum chairman and former deputy prime minister Tun Musa Hitam. Describing their relationship as one of “constructive engagement”, Musa commended Gurmit Singh’s spirit of always speaking up fearlessly for the environment while keeping himself free of political influence.

“You (Gurmit Singh) trained me during the course of my leadership, up to the number two in the country, to be able to tolerate and appreciate feedback in the roughest way possible, the rougher the better,” Musa said in his speech. “We need more people like him in the political and social system,” he said.

Read more: Maintenance key to addressing environmental issues, says activist


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