KEY PUBLICATIONS

  • Structural Transformations and Conventional Energy-Based Power Utilization on Carbon Emissions: Empirical Evidence from Pakistan. Environment, Development and Sustainability (in press).

  • Climate change and COVID‑19: shared challenges, divergent perspectives, and proposed collaborative solutions. Environmental Science and Pollution Research.https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-021-18402-5

  • Dynamics of Changes in Land Use and Land Cover and Perceived Causes in Hakaluki Haor, Bangladesh. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management (in press).

  • Economic Growth and Environmental Pollution Nexus in Bangladesh: Revisiting the Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis. International Journal of Environmental Studies (in press).

  • Sustainability practices at higher education institutions in Asia, International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSHE-06-2021-0244.

  • Magnitudes of households’ carbon footprint in Iskandar Malaysia: Policy implications for sustainable development. Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 315, pp.128042.

  • Energy crisis in Bangladesh: Challenges, progress, and prospects for alternative energy resources. Utilities Policy, 71, pp.101221.

  • Global economic crisis, energy use, CO2 emissions, and policy roadmap amid COVID-19. Sustainable Production and Consumption, 26, 770-781.

  • Energy crisis in Bangladesh: Challenges, progress, and prospects for alternative energy resources. Utilities Policy, 71, 101221.

  • Magnitudes of households’ carbon footprint in Iskandar Malaysia: Policy implications for sustainable development. Journal of Cleaner Production, 128042.

  • Technology Advances in the Utilization of Fossil Natural Gas as a Strategy in Transition to a Sustainable Energy System. Front. Energy Res, 9, 712739.

  • Agriculture Insurance for Disaster Risks Reduction: A case study of Malaysia. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction Vol 47, pp. 101626.

  • Comparative analysis of emission reduction targets toward INDC Implementation in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand by 2050, Climate Change Economics (in press).

  • Conceptual Framework and Linkage Between Social Capital and Disaster Preparedness: A Case of Orang Asli Families in Malaysia". Social Indicators Research (in press). 

  • Climate Change Policies and Agendas: facing implementation challenges and guiding responses. Environmental Science and Policy, Vol.104, pp.190-198. 

  • COP Negotiations and Malaysian Climate Change Roadmap: A Comparative Assessment using a Dynamic Environmental Model, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Vol. 26(29), pp.30003-30015. 

  • Introduction of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles: Prospects and Challenges for Malaysia’s Transition to a Low Carbon Economy, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Vol. 26(30), 31062-31076. 

  • Evaluating the impacts of climate disasters and the integration of adaptive flood risk management. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Vol.39, pp.101241. 

  • Revisiting the social cost of carbon after INDC implementation in Malaysia: 2050. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Vol. 26(6), pp. 6000-6013.

  • Recycling and sustainable environmental practices of household tea waste. International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management, Vol. 22(4-5), pp. 352-363. 

  • Energy sources choice and environmental sustainability disputes: an evolutional graph model approach. Quality & Quantity, Vol.53 (2), pp.561–581.

  • Climate Change Mitigation Projections for ASEAN. Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy. Vol. 23(2), pp. 195-212. 

  • Low-Carbon Transition through a Duty to Divest: Back to the Future, ahead to the Past. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews. Vol. 94, pp. 183-186.

  • A Comparative Analysis of Climate-Risks and Extreme Events related impacts on well-being and health: Policy Implications Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health. Vol. 15, 331. 

  • The challenges of sustainability in business: how governments may ensure sustainability for offshore firms. Technological and Economic Development of Economy. 24(1), pp. 108-140. 

  • Assessing Climate Change Mitigation Proposals for Malaysia: Implications for Emissions and Abatement Costs. Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 167.pp.163-173.

  • An Evidence-Based Review of Impacts, Strategies and Tools to Mitigate Urban Heat Islands. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, Vol.14, 1600. 

  • Modeling Technical Change in Climate Analysis:  Evidence from Agricultural Crop Damages. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. Vol 24(13), pp.12347–12359.

  • Climate change mitigation: comparative assessment of Malaysian and ASEAN scenarios. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. Vol. 24(3), pp.2632-2642.

  • Climate Change Issue and Theory of Planned Behaviour: Relationship by Empirical Evidence. Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol.113, pp. 613–623. 

  • Food Security Challenge of Climate Change: An Analysis For Policy Selection. Futures. Vol.83, pp. 50–63. 

  • Agriculture and Food Security Challenge of Climate Change: A Dynamic Analysis for Policy Selection. Scientia Agricola. Vol. 73. pp. 301-395.

  • Hydrogen Fuel and Transport System: A Sustainable and Environmental Future. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. Vol. 41(3), pp.1369-1380. 

  • Science Framework (SF) for Agricultural Sustainability. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências. Vol. 87(3), pp.1887-1902.

  • Valuing climate protection by offsetting carbon emissions: rethinking environmental governance. Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 89, pp.41-49. 

  • Pro-environmental behavior and public understanding of climate change. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. Vol. 20(4), pp. 591-600. 

  • Exploring Factors Influencing Farmers' Willingness to Pay (WTP) for a planned adaptation program to address climatic issues in agricultural sectors. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. Vol. 22, pp. 9494–9504. 

  • Prioritizing climate change mitigation: an assessment using Malaysia to reduce carbon emissions in future. Environmental Science & Policy, Vol. 50, pp. 24-33.

  • An Alternative Approach to Identify Key Industries: Issues to Selection Criteria. Journal of Business Economics and Management. Vol. 15(3), pp. 577-598. 

  • A return to prioritizing needs: Adaptation or mitigation alternatives? Progress in Development Studies. Vol. 14(4), pp. 359-371.