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Is Green Property In Malaysia Gaining Popularity?

Amy Wong, Executive Director Research and Consultancy, Knight Frank

08-Nov-22 09:30

Is Green Property In Malaysia Gaining Popularity?

The building sector accounts for more than 40% of energy consumption, generates 40% of all waste and consumes some 16% of water for construction activities. With the sustainability agenda gaining traction amongst real estate investors, will green buildings soon be a more common feature in Malaysia? Or is the cost just too exorbitant? We discuss this with Amy Wong, Executive Director Research and Consultancy of Knight Frank.

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Produced by: Chong Tjen San

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Tags:  building sectorgreen propertymalaysiareal estate sectorsustainability


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