Sustainable Development

We can build a carbon-neutral world by 2050. Here's how

We cant afford not to become carbon-neutral - and that's why it will happen Image: REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Emily Farnworth

Head of Climate Change, World Economic Forum

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More and more companies are switching to renewable energy, or are committing to do so Image: International Renewable Energy Agency

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