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Here’s why infrastructure will make or break our response to climate change

To address climate change we will need more and better mass transit to get people out of their cars. Image: REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski

Joel Moser

Founder and CEO, Aquamarine Investment Partners

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Sources: Wikipedia, US Bureau of Transportation Statistics, World Bank, Amtrak Image: Yonah Freemark

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