AUBRENS Carbon Ecosystem

Empowering Organisations On Their Net Zero Journey

Among ASEAN member states, the five largest contributors of GHG emissions were Indonesia, Vietnam ,Malaysia ,Thailand , and The Philippines. Malaysia's 2020 biennial update report to the UNFCCC underscored the predominant role of the energy sector as a key contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. This scenario further emphasised the importance of addressing emissions from various sectors in the country's ongoing efforts towards sustainable and low-carbon development.

Share of Total GHG Emissions By ASEAN Countries
Malaysia's GHG Emissions (%) by Sector in 2019
Natural Disaster
Since 1950, the frequency and intensity of heat extremes have increased primarily due to greenhouse gases. This includes record-breaking high temperatures and dangerous heat waves. These events will intensify as the planet warms.
Global Commitments
Malaysia increased its mitigation ambition with an unconditional target to cut carbon intensity against GDP by 45% by 2030 compared to 2005 levels.
Recent Developments
Two strategic documents were released in 2023, outlining the country’s path forward in the low- carbon global economy.
Staying Significant
History has shown that adaptation is key for companies to stay relevant in an ever-changing market. The need for sustainability is undeniable in the 21st century and our team of experts are ready to help your company implement the necessary sustainable adjustments.
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Mobilising Impact Through The Priority Framework

Among ASEAN member states, the five largest contributors of GHG emissions were Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, and The Philippines. Malaysia's 2020 biennial update report to the UNFCCC underscored the predominant role of the energy sector as a key contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. This scenario further emphasised the importance of addressing emissions from various sectors in the country's ongoing efforts toward sustainable and low-carbon development.

Avoidance

Avoid carbon intensive activities and eliminate
atmospheric GHG emission at the source.

Reduction

Through our Carbon Footprint Assessment and
Decarbonisation Framework, we guide you to
reduce your absolute emissions footprint within
your operations and in your extended supply
chain.

Replace/Subtitute

Replace energy purchased with renewable
energy or use on-site renewable energy
sources. We advise on the utilisation of
alternative energy sources through our
Environmental Assessment.

Sequestration

Through Aubrens Partners Advisory, we
provide advisory services on the
removal/neutralisation of residual emissions
that cannot be avoided, reduced, or replaced,
through investing in your own value chain
(insetting) or purchasing quality carbon removal
credits.

Carbon Credits and REC’s

Through Aubrens & Partners Advisory, we
provide advisory services on prevention,
reduction, or removal of GHG emissions outside
your value chain using carbon offsets and
credits.

Insights

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Materiality: What It Is and Why It Matters

Materiality is a fundamental concept in sustainability, helping companies prioritise
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Sustainability Strategy for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs)

With the growing concern for environmental, social, and governance (ESG)
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Beyond Compliance: Developing A Sustainable Business Strategy for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation

Climate change is a pressing global challenge and businesses are