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Around 80% of the funding we need must come from the private sector. So how to we raise it? The answer is clear. Image: Diana Parkhouse/Unsplash

Feike Sijbesma
Member Board of Trustees, World Economic Forum; Co-Chair, Global Climate Adaptation Centers; Honorary Chair, Royal DSM
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