Davos Agenda

Mark Carney: This is how we get big finance to take big climate action

DAVOS/SWITZERLAND, 24JAN15 - Mark J. Carney, Governor of the Bank of England; World Economic Forum Foundation Board Member is captured during the session 'The Global Economic Outlook' at the Annual Meeting 2015 of the World Economic Forum at the congress centre in Davos, January 24, 2015. WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM/swiss-image.ch/Photo Moritz Hager

"It's a critical year for climate," says Mark Carney. Image: WEF

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