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