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Against Pollution and Congestion in our Cities – Sustainable Urban Transport for Malaysia
17 and 18 February 2004, Hyatt Regency Kuantan

INTRODUCTION

"Air Pollution Control for Malaysian Cities: Transport and Industry" is a technical cooperation project between the Governments of Malaysia and Germany. It is implemented by the Department of Environment (DoE) and the GTZ, the German Government-owned technical cooperation agency.

The project aims at all aspects of air pollution control: emission standards and enforcement for vehicles and industries, fuel quality, urban development and transport planning, social participation and communication, regional environmental management and cooperation with the private sector.

As one of the project activities, a workshop was organised: "Against Pollution and Congestion in our Cities – Sustainable Urban Transport for Malaysia". The workshop, jointly organised by the Department of Environment, the City Council of Kuantan and the GTZ, was held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Kuantan on 17 and 18 February 2004.

The workshop offered plenary sessions with presentations from international and Malaysian experts, presentations from Malaysian city representatives and three working groups on relevant subjects. The workshop was launched by the Chief Minister of Pahang, Y.A.B Dato’ Sri Hj. Adnan Bin Hj. Yaakob and attended by high-ranking guests and representatives from cities, Federal and State Governments, NGOs, universities and the private sector.

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