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Don’t Overlook ‘Sustainable Economy’ Limitations

Alizan Mahadi, Director of Tech and Innovation at ISIS Malaysia (Institute of Strategic and International Studies)

25-Jun-21 12:15

Don’t Overlook ‘Sustainable Economy’ Limitations

As companies worldwide tackle the issue of climate change with their own sustainable practices, it’s important to keep in mind the limitations that come with certain sustainable practices. An article on HBR highlights some of the key blindspots in the movement towards sustainability that should not be overlooked.

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Produced by: Arvindh Yuvaraj

Presented by: Christine Wong and Freda Liu


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