Future of the Environment

I’m taking the train to Davos – here’s why

DAVOS/SWITZERLAND 25JAN10 - The train is arriving in Davos. The biggest tourism resorts of the Swiss alps captured before the opening of the Annual Meeting 2010 of the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland January 25 2010.Copyright by World Economic Forumswiss-image.ch/Photo by Christof Sonderegger

It's better for carbon emissions, sure. But also for comfort and productivity. Image: Christof Sonderegger

Herman Betten
Senior Director Strategic Partnerships and Engagement, Royal DSM
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