Welcome to ISI-Sustainable Development Program

Institut Sultan Iskandar wishing everyone a Happy New Year 2023!

Welcome to 2023 and have a wonderful year ahead!

About ISI-SDP

The ISI Sustainable Development Program (ISI-SDP) is ISI’s approach to ensure a comprehensive understanding of Sustainable Development through contents that include aspects of Environment, Social, and Economy while also exploring considerations of how one aspect could affect another. The ISI SDP focuses on raising awareness, sharing knowledge that contributes towards capacity building, and providing a standard towards encouraging systematic changes towards achieving Sustainable Development.

ISI Sustainable Development (ISI-SDP) conducts seminars and awareness programmes for the public and targeted population groups. For these, we depend on financial support from well wishers to ensure that our programmes can reach out to, and benefit, as many people as possible.

Interested to fund our Sustainable Development or Sustainability-based projects for local entities or communities?  Join us as a sponsor or donate in our capacity-building projects and programs in ISI-SDP.

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Travelling Through the Sustainable Development Lense

Travelling and sightseeing through a sustainable development lens – that was the goal of this trip when the destination was first decided. Although many have conquered the streets that we attempted to journey through in this curated excursion, we were certain that there were more than meets the eye for a place with this much history, culture, and natural landscapes. Thus, with this perspective in mind, we travelled through Georgetown, Penang for the first installation of ISI’s SDG Trip.

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Interested in experiencing your own SDG group trip?

Get in touch with us for your own uniquely customized experience at isijb@utm.my or info@susdep.com.

Apply before 23 January 2023 -CLOSED

Together We End Climate Change

The earth’s climate has changed throughout history. The past 5 years have been the hottest since In the next 20 years, the average surface temperature will have risen across 1.5 degrees and will keep on rising to 2 degrees Celsius by the middle of the century if there...

Carbon Tax

Increasing rate of carbon emissions is a threat to sustainable development as it highly affects the aspects of sustainability, mainly the environmental aspect. These emissions are capable of causing climate change as they trap heat and subsequently lead to extreme...

Plastic Pollution

More than 8 billion tons of plastic have been produced by humans since 1950. Only 9% of the plastic was recycled and more than half of them went straight to landfill. Plastic pollution can be reduced out to 80% over the next 20 years based on the recent study. This...

Fight Food Waste for A Better Future

Did you know that food waste will be the third-largest greenhouse gas emitter if it was a country? So, what is food waste? Basically, any food products that are thrown away rather than being consumed are called food waste. According to Martin et al. (2022), 38,000...

Life Cycle Assessment

By Muhammad Hussin Abdul Jabar Life cycle assessment (LCA) refers to an analysis tool utilized to assess the environmental impacts emitted from the life cycle of a product, service, or activity. Through its implementation, producers, manufacturers, and service...

Conserve Water for The future

By Nurul Izyan Ismail Did you know that our Earth’s surface is covered with 70% of water? However, it is not entirely beneficial to humans. Oceans that are covered with 97% of saltwater is undrinkable. 3% of water is fresh water but only 0.5% is drinkable. Another...

Circular Economy

By Muhammad Hussin Abdul Jabar Conventional economy model often neglects the sustainability aspect of its operation. It takes a linear form, where a resource is taken, modified and made into a product and disposed without a proper end of life management...

A Race to Zero: Net Zero Emission

by Nurul Izyan IsmailWhat is net zero emission? Put simply, the term net-zero refers to no new additional emissions to the atmosphere. All man-made greenhouse gas emissions must be offset from the atmosphere. In addition, we are still required to fix our past harm...

Thank you for joining SPFC Batch 2022

Institut Sultan Iskandar would like to thank and congratulate all the participants of the Sustainability Practitioner Fundamentals Course who attended the course and exam (14-15 December 2022) for...