RacetoZero2020

Why businesses must lead the race to net-zero emissions

Members of the Race to Zero alliance account for nearly 25% of global CO₂ emissions and more than 50% of GDP Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Gonzalo Muñoz

Conference of the Parties (COP) Champion for Chile, COP25 High Level Climate Champions

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