BLOCK 3: SHIFTING MINDSET
Transforming Slum into Rainbow,
Kampung Warna-warni Jodipan
Tarranita Kusumadewi, MT
Malang University, Indonesia
The village of Kampung Warna-Warni (Indonesian for “Village of Color”) was once drab and polluted, lacking the economic resources required to build a healthy community. But eight event management students from a nearby university lent a helping hand by applying their class skills to the real world.
Although it may seem like the paint job would benefit visitors more than those actually living in the village, the makeover has revitalized the community. The beautiful colors improved the village’s standard of living by drawing in new tourist dollars, and the beauty of the colorful houses has inspired many community members to improve the sanitation of their river.
Sharing Session 5
Slum, Migrants & the Homeless
in the City
Uta Dietrich & Aish Kumar
Think City is an urban regeneration think-and-do tank with a track record of developing innovative solutions based on data and community engagement. Operating in downtown Kuala Lumpur since 2015, there are few projects where businesses and residents raise the issue of homelessness.
As a result, Think City has undertaken collaborative research and engaged many NGOs and government organisations to identify new ways forward. Numbers at the annual count by DBKL change from year to year, but around 1,000 homeless people in 15 hotspots signal a rise in human insecurity. Their needs and welfare deserve to be considered alongside others as we work towards regenerating Malaysia’s inner cities.
In the Mood for Selfie
Immerse yourself into the world of art and creativity of GMBB - Kuala Lumpur's Creative Hub. Explore the art displays and set yourself into selfie mood. The best photo posted may win you a big surprise!
Sharing Session 6
Living a Zero Waste Lifestyle
As our city grows, is it necessary for Mother Nature to bear the brunt of pollution, excessive waste and a lack of green spaces in the name of urbanisation?
The force behind Malaysian bulk organic store, The Hive, started to go #zerowaste in 2010 when she had her first child in Hong Kong. Claire Sancelot's Zero Waste Hong Kong blog ignited an eco-movement in the city, and when she moved to Malaysia in 2015, she got the ball rolling with her cause. A lack of affordable organic food and excessive single-use plastic packaging led her to start a mini, package-free co-op in Bangsar. Claire's efforts earned her a 2017 United Nations award, and now, she's in the midst of expanding in KL.
12:15 Lunch Break
BLOCK 4: LO.CO2 - LOW CARBON INITIATIVES
Feature Talk 2
Towards Low Carbon City by 2030
LAr. Ruhaila Abd. Rahman, CPSI, CA
Majlis Perbandaran Sepang
The aspiration of Cyberjaya is to be a smart and low carbon city by the year 2030, whereby “smart” being defined as leveraging ICT infrastructure to :
- Improve the quality of life of its population
- Improve the well-being of its citizens
- Establish an environmentally responsible and sustainable approach to
Whilst “low carbon” being referred to lowering the emission of CO2 amid experiencing rapid urbanization process. This vision is to help MP Sepang and its strategic partners and/or related stakeholders to prepare, develop and execute a transformation agenda in order to make the shift to a smart and low carbon Cyberjaya by the year 2030.
Creating Cycling Super Highway
A bike freeway, also known as a cycling superhighway, fast cycle route or bicycle highway is meant for long-distance traffic. The characteristics of a cycle motorway mentioned by authorities and traffic experts include an absence of single-level intersections with motorized traffic, a better road surface (preferably asphalt or concrete) and the absence of traffic lights. Bicycle highways are mentioned in connection with traffic jam. Due to higher average speeds than normal cycling infrastructure, they should be an alternative for the car in commuter traffic. Often a cycle motorway follows the route of a railway.
Sharing Session 8
70 by 30
A Greener and Better KL
Pn. Nik Mastura Diyana Nik Mohamad
City Planning Department, Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL)
In transforming Kuala Lumpur towards achieving 70 by 30: A Greener and Better City by 2030, a clear sustainable and climate-responsive growth vision is crucial to frame and direct KLCH’s commitment to becoming a leading city in combating climate change while simultaneously improving the city’s economic, social and environmental performances.
As Kuala Lumpur is envisioned to become a World Class Sustainable City by 2030, it needs to play a major global and sub-global role in tackling climate change and protecting the environment while benefiting all its residents, workers, visitors and investors socially and economically.
70 by 30 expresses Kuala Lumpur’s aspiration to reduce the city’s carbon emission intensity of GDP by up to 70% by 2030, which crucially supports Malaysia’s renewed national carbon emission intensity reduction target of 45% by 2030.
In the Mood of Selfie
BLOCK 5: ROUTE TO IFLA2020, PENANG
Feature Talk 3
Penang Paddy Festival
YB Dr Norlela Ariffin
The breezy rustic communal charm of Penanti is showcased for all to see when the area hosts the annual Penang Paddy Festival to celebrate its agricultural wares and the unwavering joy de vivre of village life. The festival highlights the importance of paddy as a staple food crop for the local people, It also puts on display the enchanting pastoral appeal of Penanti with its vast green lands, swaying coconut trees, wild white storks and friendly communities who continue to persevere in this idyllic world as did their ancestors many decades ago.
Sharing Session 10
Design with Nature
Dr Chee Su Yin
Dr Chee research encompasses transdiciplinary areas of ecology, engineering, graphic design, and social sciences, to find a balance between necessary development and natural habitat conservation. Her team are focused on developing novel ecological engineering techniques for habitat enhancement and conservation of biodiversity in the built environment. She also work on marine debris accumulation in mangroves and its effect on the ecosystem's functions and services.
Sharing Session 11
Sia Boey - Penang's Urban Archaeological Park
Mohd Khairul Anwar
Green Arts PLT
Touted to be the first Urban Archaeological Park in Malaysia, Sia Boey has a long interesting history and the process of rejuvenating the site has been rather challenging.
The Sia Boey Rejuvenation Project includes creating a Prangin bypass, archaeological study of the old Prangin Canal Basin and police barracks, rehabilitation of the Prangin Canal, rescue archaeology of the Prangin Canal and conservation of the old Prangin Market, archaeological sites and landscaping.
World Landscape Architects Summit
For the first time in the history of IFLA, the IFLA 2020 World Landscape Architects Summit will play a leading role in formulating and creating landscape architecture-based solutions, for a brighter future.
IFLA2020 will be the platform where regional delegates can share issues, ideas, and inspiration, to ensure the landscape architecture profession is ready to face the requirements of society, the environment, and urban living, for the next 10 years.
ILAM is proud to be the organiser of IFLA2020 which will be stage at George Town, Penang
from 13-15 August 2020.
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22-23 October 2019
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