1. Innovnative: Renewable Energy Projects in Ulu Papar


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    The communities along the Ulu Papar river face displacement in the wake of the Kaiduan Dam. By joining forces with indigenous renewable energy experts, there is a chance that these communities can protect their lands and livelihoods through the implementation of small-scale, decentralized, sustainable energy systems.

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    • SEAREPA 2012 Sabah


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      Thanks to the grassroots sustainable energy movements, UC Berkeley's clean energy report, and continued media attention, Sabah's government cancelled their first ever coal plant in 2010. After aiding in the cancellation of Sabah's coal plant, the people of Sabah sought to continue the conversation on renewable energy in the region. In late October and early November of 2012 the Southeast Asia Renewable Energy Peoples' Assembly was held in Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. Over 140 participants from 12 different countries, representing over 80 organizations, attended the event in order to discuss green energy initiatives and form coalitions and partnerships to promote and support sustainable energy projects around the world. For more information on SEAREPA, please visit searepa.com. For more information on LEAP, please visit leapspiral.org. Music: "Sun Will Set" by Zoe Keating on One Cello x 16: Natoma

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