Theme for Malaysia’s COP28 Pavilion and Programme

COP 28 is pivotal in the ongoing global efforts to address climate change, marking the midpoint between the Paris Agreement and 2030 targets. At the heart of Malaysia's involvement at COP 28 is the Malaysia Pavilion, underscoring our dedication to engaging in worldwide initiatives to address climate challenges.

The Pavilion serves as a manifestation of our collaborative ethos, a core element of Malaysian culture. It is a nexus, uniting Malaysian and international thought leaders across public, private, and social sectors.

Our theme, "Going Beyond: Green Growth, Resilient Community, Sustainable Planet," encapsulates Malaysia's approach to climate and biodiversity issues. We are committed to progressive, holistic solutions—supporting a green economy while ensuring the well-being of our communities, the planet, and the rich tapestry of biodiversity. Simultaneously, this theme aligns with the 'Malaysia Madani' concept of 'Raising the Ceiling' by emphasising growth and 'Raising the Floor' through the protection of our people.

Tackling climate change is a top priority on Malaysia’s national agenda. As a regional leader, we are proud to showcase our climate actions and commitments which emphasise a whole-of-nation approach

Malaysia is committed to green-driven growth and is open for business. Recent initiatives such as the National Energy Transition Roadmap (NETR) and the New Industrial Master Plan (NIMP) present opportunities to harness climate change as a catalyst for a sustainable economy

Malaysia prioritises the protection and empowerment of its Rakyat (citizens), especially the most vulnerable, ensuring that they are not overlooked in the country’s climate journey. This will foster a more equitable and resilient society, and support the well-being of our planet and future generations

As one of the world’s 17 megadiverse countries, Malaysia will tap into its biodiversity superpower by safeguarding our natural assets and leveraging a comprehensive whole-of-nation approach to biodiversity management