Bumi Armada positive on carbon neutral


Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia’s first carbon offset conservation programme was launched last week by The Forest Research Institute Malaysia, thanks to sponsorship from offshore vessel owner and operator Bumi Armada.
The collaborative project involves the conservation of carbon stored at Field 11, a 5.6-hectare (ha) of rich, biologically diverse forest site within FRIM’s 544-ha campus, located 16 kilometer northwest of Kuala Lumpur.
Bumi Armada chief executive officer, Hassan Basma said “We are a socially responsible company that is in the early stages of our own sustainability journey and gauging our carbon footprint.” [15/10/12]

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