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Low Carbon Cities Framework

What Is Carbon Cities?

How Does The Success of Low Carbon City Looks Like?
Positioning Malaysia in the forefront of low carbon cities development

Target: To reduce carbon emission intensity by 45% per GDP per capita by the year of 2030


Innovative city that uses information and communication technologies (ICTs) and other means to improve quality of life, efficiency of urban operation and services, and competitiveness, while ensuring that it meets the needs of present and future generations with respect to economic, social, environmental as well as cultural aspects”.

52 Municipals that adopted LCCF

Four Main Elements of LCC

The Carbon equivalent of each activity producing GHGs are focused on four elements identified. The elements are;

Four Main Elements of LCC

All cities in Malaysia: Municipalities, Developers, Universities

Four Main Elements of LCC

To reduce CO2 emission in all human activities in cities.
To ensure development is based on low carbon concept.
To assist in mitigating climate change and protecting the environment

How to apply?

Complete LCCF document and send via online at http://lccftrack.greentownship.my

What are Diamond Recognition and Provisional Certificate?

Diamond Recognition : Manage to achieved reduction of CO2
Provisional Certificate : Completed the baseline assessment

Other Green Assessment Tool in Malaysia

Achievements of LCCF

Diamond Recognition
Subang Jaya Municipal Council (Reduced CO2 by 15.16% on energy waste & water)
Hang Tuah Jaya Municipal Council
(Reduced CO2 by 9.03% on energy & trees)
University of Technology, Malaysia
(Reduced CO2 by 7.84% on energy & waste)
University of Malaya
(Reduced CO2 by 1.82% on Energy & Waste

LCCF Provisional Certificate
Klang Municipal Council
Shah Alam City Council
Ipoh City Council
Seberang Perai Municipal Council


Diamond Recognition
Provisional Certificate
Strategic Partners
CO2 has been reduced
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