Planet before profit

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Sparkling waters along the Batu Ferringhi coastline, 12.52pm, 30 April 2020 - Photograph: Lye Tuck Po

Our daily lives are undoubtedly contributing to climate change, but do our personal consumption habits really matter in the climate emergency? What difference can we make if most of the people and institutions with the most wealth and power continue to shirk their responsibility?

Joining BFM to take the conversation beyond individual responsibility and discuss the need for systemic change and corporate culpability in the fight against climate change is Gurmit Singh, the chairman and founder of the Centre for Environment, Technology and Development Malaysia (Cetdem).

Produced and presented by Juliet Jacobs

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