In the media | 09 Aug 2023

THE EDGE: The world’s green agenda could make or break Malaysia’s economy


James Lambert

Director of Economic Consulting, Asia

green economy

James Lambert, Director for Economic Consulting, Asia at Oxford Economics, and Brice Richard, Strategy Consulting Lead at Arup, invited twelve sustainability leaders from across Malaysian industries to discuss the country’s green transition, including the challenges and opportunities Malaysia’s economy will face.

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