Upcoming Events
Current Projects
1. Organic Farming Project (OFP).
2. Sustainable Development Initiatives (SUDI).
3. PJ-EcoMobility Recreation Park (PJ-EcoM)
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Climate Change
Climate Change, or Global Warming, is one of the most serious environmental threat ...


Organic Farming
Organic farming is gaining popularity in Malaysia today, partly due to the effect of ...
Sustainable Energy
Saving energy through better utilization and consumption. In other words trying to ...
Sustainable Transport
Transport becomes sustainable only when it does not harm the environment or uses fuel ...


Project Officers – Full time

CETDEM has vacancies for full-time and part-time Project Officers

1. IV: Interns and Volunteers.

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    Monetory DONATIONS to CETDEM are tax exempt

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    What to do with your USED COOKING OIL?

    The OFCC is a designated collection centre for used cooking oil. CETDEM is collaborating with a group of young people who recycle used cooking oil into bio-fuel.

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    PJ-EcoMobility Stakeholder Briefing will be held on Sunday, 2 November 2014 at MBPJ

    CETDEM kindly extends an invitation for you to attend an awareness briefing regarding PJ-EcoMobility, a project designed to create a “People Centric EcoMobility Recreational Park giving Preference to Sustainable Transport Options” in Taman Jaya Area.

    Kindly refer to the above publicity posters for the 1st Stakeholder Briefing which will be held as follows:
    Date : 2 November 2014 (Sunday)
    Time : 10am – 12pm
    Venue : Bilik Gerakan, Tingkat 1, Ibu Pejabat MBPJ, Jalan Yong Shook Lin, 46675 Petaling Jaya.

    For registration, kindly contact Ms.Ooi 03-78757767 or email to ecom@cetdem.org.my during office hours (9am-5pm). Registration for the event is ‘First Come, First Serve Basis’.

    “EcoMobility for My Community”

    CETDEM Hari Organik, our signature event, will be held on Saturday, 29 November 2014 in Bangsar.

    Please note that registration to participate as an exhibitor in this event will be on first come, first served basis upon receipt of payment. You may submit your registration and payment at CETDEM office in SS2 from Mon ~ Fri. from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm., Saturday : 9.30am ~ 12.30pm.

    Please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Ng at 03-7875 7767 should you have any queries.

    CETDEM’s Farmer’s Corner will be held on Sunday, 19 October 2014 at the OFCC

    An event that happens every 3rd week of the month except on public holidays and when it does not clash with our major events. If you are looking for fresh, affordable organic vegetables and some delicious breads/quick breads, this is the place for you! Let’s see if we can serve you an exciting scrumptious breakfast on that morning!! Interested?

    Vegetable seeds/seedlings, organic fertilizer, compost and compost bins are available for sale.
    The Objectives of this small farmer’s corner include:

    * To Cater specifically for 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 19 October, Sunday at the Organic Farming Community Centre at No 29 Jalan 19/15, Section 19, Petaling Jaya.

      Poor drainage causing floods in KL

    The real culprit in such cases, said Centre for Environment, Technology and Development Malaysia (Cetdem) executive director Anthony Tan, is improper drainage and poorly planned and managed urban development.

    Read more: Poor drainage causing floods in KL

    CETDEM is organising Bin Composting Class on Sunday, 12 October 2014 at the Organic Farming Community Centre (OFCC).

      Click on image for Bin Composting Class

    We look forward to your participation.

    Please do not hesitate to contact Ms Ng at 03-7875 7767 should you have any queries.

      Top 10 simple ways to cut household emissions

    Metro Online Broadcast (MOB) sought the advice of Centre for Environment, Technology and Development Malaysia executive director Anthony Tan on things Malaysians can do to reduce their household emissions.

    Read more: Top 10 simple ways …

      Kemerosotan sumber air angkara tangan manusia

    Pengerusi Pusat Alam Sekitar, Teknologi dan Pembangunan Malaysia (CETDEM), Gurmit Singh, pula berkata, Malaysia perlu menumpukan lebih banyak usaha dan sumber untuk menangani ancaman perubahan iklim.

    Read more: Kemerosotan sumber air …

    28  September, 9am ~ 3pm
    The Purelife Society Batu 6, Jln Puchong, KL

      Click to view The Purelife Society Medical Camp flyer

      Click to view The Purelife Society location map

    At the invitation of The Purelife Society, CETDEM OFP together with some FCOFP members will partake at the above event. Organic vegetables, health products, fertilizer, compost, vegetable seeds and CETDEM publications etc are available for sales.

    For direction, please call 77829391 / 77814373

      Climate Change Forum 2014

    Water is the focus for the 2014 edition of the CETDEM Series of seminars on Climate Change.

    Registration Fees: RM 200 per participant

    Those who are interested to become a corporate sponsor, please contact:
    Mr Anthony Tan ((T:03-78757767; M: 016-3316 340; E: ed@cetdem.org.my)

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