Effecting a fair energy transition

What the future holds: Energy transition policies must protect oil and gas sector workers’ rights and the livelihoods of communities affected by the shift to cleaner energy. — Filepic/The Star

MALAYSIA is at a pivotal juncture in its energy trajectory, poised between meeting burgeoning national energy needs and charting a course towards environmental sustainability.

Historically endowed with ample reserves of oil and gas, the nation is now confronted with mounting pressure to pivot towards cleaner energy sources in response to the climate crisis. However, this transition presents multifaceted challenges, particularly in safeguarding the welfare of workers and communities reliant on traditional fossil fuel industries.

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