Urgent need to adopt ESG practices




PETALING JAYA: Industry captains are marching forward to adopt the best environment, social and governance (ESG) practices as part of their strategies – a topic which has come to the fore as economic conditions remain subdued – to ensure sustainability of their organisations.

The Covid-19 pandemic that is plaguing the entire world has put companies through an extreme stress test, alongside issues of climate crisis and social injustice.

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