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How fast will the global energy transition happen? Two scenarios

The speed of the energy transition will affect our ability to meet the Paris Agreement and SDGs. Image: Karsten Würth (@karsten.wuerth)/Unsplash

Emma Skov Christiansen

Lead, Shipping Emissions and Ocean Agenda, World Economic Forum Geneva

Espen Mehlum

Head of Energy, Materials & Infrastructure Prog., Benchmarking & Regional Action, World Economic Forum

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