SDG 13: Climate Action

Why the electric revolution needs to be about much more than cars

To keep climate change at a manageable level, gas stoves must be replaced with induction hobs, which heat water in half the time. Furnaces and water heaters must be replaced with heat pump technology. Image: Unsplash/Mykola Makhlai

Kristen Panerali

Head of Energy, Materials, Infrastructure Programme, Net Zero Carbon Cities, World Economic Forum

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