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How China set the path for net carbon neutrality by 2060

Workers move a sign at the Olympic Village for the 2022 Winter Olympics in the Chongli district of Zhangjiakou, Hebei province, China, October 29, 2020.

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Stephanie Jamison
Senior Managing Director, Accenture
Roberto Bocca
Head of the Centre for Energy and Materials, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum
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