How can we protect people from climate change's 4 greatest threats?
By 2050, about 400 million people could be exposed to severe riverine or coastal flooding. Image: REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
Harry BowcottSenior Partner, McKinsey & Company
Lori FomenkoManager of Research Science, McKinsey & Company
Alastair HamiltonPartner, McKinsey & Company
Mihir MysorePartner, McKinsey and Company
Alexis TrittipoAssociate Partner, McKinsey & Company
Mekala KrishnanSenior Fellow, McKinsey Global Institute, McKinsey & Company
Oliver WalkerDirector, Vivid Economics
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