Executive. Policy package of 43 actions. The National Policy on Climate Change, 2010, does not explicitly state reducing GHG as one of its objectives. However, itdoes include: "• Mainstreaming climate change through wise management of resources and enhanced environmental conservation resulting in strengthened economic competitiveness and improved quality of life, • Integration of responses into national policies, plans and programmes to strengthen the resilience of development from arising and potential impacts of climate change, and • Strengthening of institutional and implementation capacity to better harness opportunities to reduce negative impacts of climate change." (Objectives, NPCC 2010). The plan does highlight specific thrust areas to "ST1-P1: Facilitate the harmonisation of existing policies to address climate change adaptation and mitigation in a balanced manner. ST2-P1: Institute measures to make development climate-resilient through low carbon economy to enhance global competitiveness and attain environmentally sustainable socio-economic growth. ST5-P2: Consolidate the energy policy incorporating management practices that enhances renewable energy (RE) and energy efficiency (EE)." (Page 6). The country also has a Cabinet Committee of Climate Change and a National Steering Committee of Climate change. The country has a policy on climate change but does not specifically meets our criteria of "states in its title and/or in its statement of objectives limiting or reduce GHG emissions". As a result Malaysia may not fall in category 1 or 2. But a closer look at the document provides information on its approach for mitigation by "strategic responses" on "mainstreaming climate change" and "integration of balanced adaptation and mitigation actions" (Page 4). Therefore a category 2 was used for the country.