Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
Plogging is an activity which incorporates the collection of trashes while engaging in outdoor workouts such as jogging, running and hiking. The aim is to encourage the community to engage in an active and healthy lifestyle while taking good care of the environment at the same time. To advocate this purposeful habit, our members organise plogging sessions on a monthly basis by clearing up some of the hiking trails around Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. Throughout the programme, we have also engaged with the public to raise awareness about the benefits of this activity and encouraged them to join us or practice it themselves in their daily lives. The programme is a great platform to instil the concept of green-living through the reduction of carbon footprint, waste management and other environmental concepts among the community while instilling the concept of Green Living among the community by engaging them in an activity that is simple yet benefits one's health and the environment as a whole.
UCSI University Trust (Student), Kuala Lumpur Campus
Orientation Day September 2019 Intake aims to introduce new students at UCSI University to their new environment and to provide them with the ideal platform to meet their lecturers and other academics. The event ensures that new joiners can establish new friendships and gain more knowledge about the University. New students get the opportunity to befriend their seniors who share their experience, advice and support.
Student Affairs and Alumni (Staff), Kuala Lumpur CampusEvent Target:
11.4 Strengthen efforts to protect and safeguard the world’s cultural and natural heritage.
Permaculture Design Course or “This PDC” is a three-week event initiated by The Blue Ribbon's Environmental Care Programme as part of its environmental and peace initiative. Together with UCSI College, Permaculture for Refugee (P4R), Australia and Aranya Agriculture Alternative, India, and with the support from the UNHCR Livelihoods Sector (Malaysia), this PDC was also offered as Work Preparedness Training for refugees living in Malaysia. The course was made open to the public, and out of the 25 participants, 8 refugees and a trainer from the Orang Asli (indigenous) community came. Scholarships were given to those with financial needs.
SDGs Department (Staff), Kuala Lumpur CampusEvent Target:
11.a Support positive economic, social and environmental links between urban, peri-urban and rural areas by strengthening national and regional development planning.