Palm oil biomass to fuel green economy

Palm oil biomass to fuel green economyAfter unveiling Malaysia’s plan to become a green, developed economy by 2020, Prime Minister Najib Razak said that the palm oil industry would play a big role in achieving this goal.  Waste from palm oil production will be used for electric power production, sugar, and potentially even vaccines.  Najib says that US tech companies will be matched with Malaysian palm oil producers to form a beneficial partnership for both countries.

Other proposed innovations are an investment in human capital to educate Malaysia’s young population, and the formation of smart villages and cities.  These would be low carbon emission living spaces that are cost effective for all residents.  In terms of education, Malaysia must tap into its academic prowess to complete on a global level and to fill the jobs created by these government initiatives.

 



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After unveiling Malaysia’s plan to become a green, developed economy by 2020, Prime Minister Najib Razak said that the palm oil industry would play a big role in achieving this goal.  Waste from palm oil production will be used for electric power production, sugar, and potentially even vaccines.  Najib says that US tech companies will be matched with Malaysian palm oil producers to form a beneficial partnership for both countries. Other proposed innovations are an investment in human capital to educate Malaysia’s young population, and the formation of smart villages and cities.  These would be low carbon emission living spaces...

Palm oil biomass to fuel green economyAfter unveiling Malaysia’s plan to become a green, developed economy by 2020, Prime Minister Najib Razak said that the palm oil industry would play a big role in achieving this goal.  Waste from palm oil production will be used for electric power production, sugar, and potentially even vaccines.  Najib says that US tech companies will be matched with Malaysian palm oil producers to form a beneficial partnership for both countries.

Other proposed innovations are an investment in human capital to educate Malaysia’s young population, and the formation of smart villages and cities.  These would be low carbon emission living spaces that are cost effective for all residents.  In terms of education, Malaysia must tap into its academic prowess to complete on a global level and to fill the jobs created by these government initiatives.

 



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