The Compendium of Environment Statistics, Malaysia 2020 presents statistics on six environment components namely Environmental Conditions and Quality; Environmental Resources and Their Use; Residuals; Extreme Events and Disasters; Human Settlements and Environmental Health; and Environmental Protection, Management and Engagement. The compilation of these statistics includes environment state and information, impacts of human activities on the environment and actions taken to minimise the impact. Appendices and glossary covered in the fourth and fifth parts are to facilitate users in understanding the statistics and environment terms used.
Release Date : Friday 27, November 2020 1200
Malaysia registered total water abstraction of 14,791 millions of cubic metres
Release Date : Wednesday 17, June 2020 1200
Environmental protection expenditure recorded an annual growth rate of 4.0 per cent to RM2.7 billion.
Release Date : Wednesday 03, June 2020 1200
The publication of System of Environmental - Economic Accounting Physical Supply & Use Table: Energy Account (MySEEA PSUT Energy), 2015 is an inaugural report that presents information on energy supply and use in Malaysia for the year 2015 in physical unit.
Release Date : Tuesday 02, April 2019 1200
Performance of Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities for 2017 registered a 8.1 per cent growth in value of gross output to RM14.4 billion as compared to 2015.
Release Date : Thursday 28, February 2019 1200
Environmental Protection Expenditure increased to RM2.55 billion in 2015 with annual growth rate of 3.9%.
Release Date : Monday 06, November 2017 1200
In 2015, 784 establishments were operating in Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities sector compared to 601 establishments in 2010 with a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.5 per cent.
Value of gross output grew by 8.0 per cent per year to RM11.6 billion compared to RM7.8 billion in 2010. The growth was further strengthened by an increase of value added at 9.3 per cent per year to RM5.5 billion compared to RM3.5 billion in 2010.
Release Date : Monday 10, July 2017 1200