Climate Change

The real economy is not a side event in the global decarbonization effort

Heavy industry and long-distance transport account for 30% of GHG emissions. Image: Chris LeBoutillier on Unsplash

Faustine Delasalle

Co-Executive Director, Mission Possible Partnership and Director, Energy Transitions Commission

Anthony Robert Hobley

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

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