Climate Breakthroughs 2021

These are the breakthroughs we need to achieve a net-zero world

Hard-to-abate sectors like aviation, cement and iron and steel account for 30% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Anthony Robert Hobley

Executive Fellow, Strategic Engagement, Centre for Nature and Climate, World Economic Forum

Nigel Topping

High-Level Climate Action Champion, COP26 Climate Champions

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