ECONOMY AND ENVIRONMENT ASSOCIATION – MALAYSIA

The Economy and Environment Association – Malaysia (EEA-Malaysia), also known as the Malaysian Environmental Economics Association (MEEA), is a national association of professionals and practitioners of environmental economics discipline and related fields from academic institutions, government agencies, research institutions, NGOs and interested stakeholders that aims to promote environmental economics through capacity building, research, professional services and networking.

MEEA was registered under the Societies Act 1966 (Act 335) and was approved by the Registrar of Societies Malaysia (ROS) on January 20, 2016 with registration number PPM-029-10-20012016.

Membership is open to individuals who have a first degree in environmental economics, resource economics and related disciplines in natural resource economics (forest economics, fishery economics, agriculture economics, etc.), resource management or interested individuals who by their profession, training and/or function are involved in environmental and resource economics connected with the aims of the Association.

The association will focus on the following thematic areas: ecosystem valuation, economics of climate change, payment for ecosystem services (PES), environmental resource accounting, pollution and land degradation, and institutions and governance.

VISION To be a leading association of environmental and resource economics in Malaysia.
MISSION To contribute to sustainable natural resource management and conservation in Malaysia through research, development & innovation (R&D&I), capacity building, and networking in environmental economics.
GOAL To contribute to sustainable natural resource management and conservation in Malaysia through research, development & innovation (R&D&I), capacity building, and networking in environmental economics
OBJECTIVES
  • To encourage and increase contribution to the development and application of environmental economics as a science towards development and sustainable economic growth
  • To conduct research, training, extension and professional services in environmental economics
  • To contribute to the development of policy and technical advice to the government, industry, and community with regard to economic development and environment
  • To carry out activities that enhance knowledge and skills in environmental economics through short training courses, workshops, seminars, conferences, field visits and other activities that are useful for all members
  • To encourage and improve communication, cooperation and networking between members, academicians, researchers, policy makers and students in environmental economics in the country and international community

EXPERTS

  • Abdul Hamid Mar Iman
  • Mad Nasir Shamsuddin
  • Nik Fuad Nik Mohd Kamil
  • Hairazi Bin Rahim@Abdul Rahim
  • Jamal Othman
  • Bakti Hasan Basri
  • Rusmani Musa
  • Shamsul Bahrain Rawi
  • Siti Aznor Bt Hj Ahmad
  • Amizam Arzemi
  • Devika Govin
  • Khalid Abdul Rahim
  • Mohd Rusli Yaakob
  • Mukrimah Abdullah
  • Rosita Binti Hamdan
  • Shaufique Fahmi bin Ahmad Sidique
  • Santha Chenayah Ramu
  • Nor Ghani Md. Nor
  • Lean Hooi Hooi
  • Nik Mustapha R. Abdullah
  • Tai Shzee Yew
  • Diana Emang
  • Gabriel Tonga Noweg
  • Ismail Harun
  • John Tay
  • Norini Haron
  • Poh Lye Yong
  • Rohana binti Abd. Rahman
  • Salleh Mat
  • Siti Raihana Ramli
  • Tuan Marina Tuan Ibrahim
  • Woon Weng Chuen
  • Zulnaidah Abd Rahman
  • Awang Noor Abd Ghani
  • Mohd Azmi Mohammed Idris
  • Mohd Parid Mamat
  • Mohd Shahwahid Hj. Othman
  • Nur Hajar Zamah Shari
  • Shaharuddin Mohd Ismail
  • Khamuruddin Mohd Noor
  • Noor Aini Zakaria
  • Abdul Rahim Abdul Samad
  • Natural Resource Economics
  • Mahirah Kamaludin
  • Roseliza Mat Alipiah
  • Ahmad Shuib
  • Azman Abd Rahman
  • Norlida Hanim Mohd Salleh
  • Syamsul Herman Mohammad Afandi
  • Thalany Binti Kamri
  • Zaiton Samdin
  • Azlina Abd. Aziz
  • Chiam Chooi Chea

PARTNERS