One of humanity’s most significant problems in the twenty-first century revolves
around how to balance the mitigation of environmental pollution while achieving
sustainable economic development. Despite increased awareness and dedication
to climate change, the planet is still seeing a drastic decrease in the volume of
pollutant emissions. This study explores the long-run and causal impact of
economic growth, financial development, urbanization, and gross capital
formation on Malaysia’s CO2 emissions based on the STIRPAT framework.

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