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How chemistry is part of the solution to climate change – and not just part of the problem

Chemical world … a display of detergents in a department store in Brussels, Belgium. Image: Reuters

Niklas Gustafsson

Head, Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Volvo Group

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