Through the Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change (MESTECC), Malaysia has implemented the Roadmap Towards Zero Single-Use Plastic from 2018 leading up to 2030. Under this roadmap, the Government is moving towards zero-used plastic for a cleaner and healthier environment by 2030.
Following this initiative, Yayasan Hijau Malaysia (YHM) has started the Let’s Break Up With Single-use Plastic campaign in September 2018. In this campaign, all staff under MESTECC and its agencies were urged to stop using single-use plastic during office hours, lunch breaks, in meetings and in all programmes organized by MESTECC and its agencies.
YHM has involved with the promotion of this program under the Communication, Education & Public Awareness (CEPA) Roadmaps initiated by MESTECC.
Join forces with MESTECC in conducting a few series of public awareness campaign to avoid Zero Single Use Plastic.
Collaboration with MESTECC in the National Environmental Day by organizing Zero Single Use Plastic campaign :
Collection of Recycling Materials Competition for Primary and Secondary Schools in National Level.
Awareness Talk on Zero Single Use Plastic for Primary and Secondary Schools in National Level.
Competition on the Most Creative Video “Zero Single Use Plastic” for Institute of Higher Education.
Series of Program “Zero Single Use Plastic” with Institute of Higher Education in Klang Valley.
Launching of Zero Single Use Plastics Campaign in Pasar Tani, Presint 2, Putrajaya on 25th October 2019.
Pantomime Competition for Primary Schools in Kuala Lumpur on 30th until 31st October 2019.