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A reminder to love nature
The Star Online, 6 May 2008
Corporate captain of YTL Corp Bhd urges people to protect resources during last weekendís Climate Change Gala in Kuala Lumpur.

YTL acquires carbon credit consultancy
Business Times Online, 5 May 2008
"With sustainable development as the cornerstone of our business strategy for over a decade, moving into the clean development mechanism space was a logical next step for YTL," YTL Corp Bhd managing director Tan Sri Francis Yeoh said in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. YTL-SV Carbon handles all aspects of the clean development mechanism process, including to identify potential projects, documentation, and approvals and sale of carbon credits regionally and globally.

YTL buys controlling stake in SV Carbon
The Star Online, 5 May 2008
Managing director Tan Sri Francis Yeoh said the company was the largest CDM consultancy in Malaysia and the third largest in Asean, with 30 projects under development in Malaysia. It also has ongoing consulting projects in Indonesia, Thailand and China.

YTL announces green arm - YTL-SV Carbon
Kuala Lumpur, 2 May 2008
I am really heartened by the recent AXA Life survey in early April 2008, which suggests Malaysians display higher-than-average concern on the subject of climate change and global warming...Simply put, we have no doubt that energy and green technology is set to be the largest economic opportunity we've seen so far this century. To quote my friend and famed Economist Jeffrey Sachs, "The defining challenge of the 21st century will be to face the reality that humanity shares a common fate on a crowded planet."
"It is time to make a choice. When you have to make a choice and donít make it, that is in itself a choice!" proclaimed Tan Sri (Dr.) Francis Yeoh at YTL's second Climate Change Week Conference on 2 May 2008.

YTL Corporation launches Climate Change Week 2008 with premiere of "The 11th Hour"
Kuala Lumpur, 30 April 2008
"A renowned study estimated that it would cost a whopping USD$33 trillion to replace the goods and services provided for free by Nature. Considering how Nature does twice as much for us than all the global economies combined, it is nothing short of negligence how its value is not factored into the modern economic equation", said Tan Sri (Dr.) Francis Yeoh at "The 11th Hour" Film Premiere, one of the many exciting events held during YTL's Climate Change Week 2008.

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