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Table Of Contents

1.1 Geography: Location & Topography
1.2 Climate
1.3 Forests and Land Use
1.4 Biodiversity
1.5 Water Resources
1.6.1 Population and Density
1.6.2 Urbanisation Rate
1.6.3 Age Distribution
1.6.4 Life Expectancy
1.6.5 Public Health
1.7.1 Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
1.7.2 Unemployment
1.8.1 Energy Security
1.8.2 Energy Balance
1.8.3 Renewable Energy (RE) Programmes
1.9.2 Agriculture
1.9.3 Waste
1.10 Institutional Arrangement
2.1 Methodology for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Calculation
2.2 Improvements in Current GHG Inventory Preparation
2.3 Major sources of GHG emissions
2.4 Major Sources of CO2 Emissions
2.5 Major Sources of CH4 Emissions
2.6 Major Sources of N2O Emissions
2.7 CO2 Removal
2.8 Greenhouse Gas Emissions against Development Indices
2.9 Emissions Time Series from 1990 - 2007
2.10 Analysis of Key Source Assessment for the NC2
3.1 Introduction
3.2.1 Energy Sector
3.2.2 LULUCF Sector
3.2.3 Waste Sector
3.2.4 Agriculture Sector
3.2.5 Industrial Processes
3.3 Cross Sectoral Analysis
3.4 Towards Achieving the 2020 Emission Reduction Scenario
3.5 Conclusion
4.1 Background
4.2 Advances since the Initial National Communication (INC)
4.3 Approaches, Methodology and Tools Applied
4.4 Observed Climate Change
4.5 Projected Climate Change
4.6 Key Sectors and Scope of the V&A Assessment
4.7.1 Water Resources
4.7.2 Agriculture
4.7.3 Forestry & Biodiversity
4.7.4 Coastal and Marine
4.7.5 Energy and Transport
4.7.6 Public Health
4.7.7 Socio Economic Impacts
4.7.8 Cross-Sectoral
4.8.1 Water Resources
4.8.2 Agriculture
4.8.3 Forestry & Biodiversity
4.8.4 Coastal and Marine
4.8.5 Energy and Transport
4.8.6 Public Health
4.8.7 Cross sector adaptation
4.9 Recommendations
4.10 Conclusion
5.1.1 Regional climate change modelling
5.1.2 Coastal vulnerability study
5.1.3 Forestry Sector
5.1.4 Energy Sector
5.1.5 Biofuel from Palm Oil
5.1.6 Public Health
5.2 Technology Transfer
5.3.1 Climate Observation Stations in Malaysia
5.3.2 Public Health
5.3.3 Energy
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Capacity Building
6.3 Education
6.4 Public Awareness
6.5 Information and Networking
7.2.2 Mitigation
7.2.3 Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation
7.3 Technology Transfer
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Enhancing and Developing National Climate Services in Malaysia
8.3 National Global Climate Observation System (GCOS) Coordination
8.4 Water Resources Management
8.5 Coastal and Marine Management
8.6 Public Health
8.7 Adopting Integrated Analysis of Measures
8.8 Agriculture
8.9.1 Renewable Energy
8.9.2 Energy Efficiency
8.9.3 Others
8.10 Transport
8.11 Industrial Processes
8.17 Measures to Enhance Public Awareness and Participation
8.18 Conclusion
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Second National Communication to the Unfccc (Nc2)

Second National Communication to the Unfccc (Nc2)

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