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First Movers Coalition: How investing in tech could save the climate

These global leaders met to announce the expansion of the First Movers Coalition to the world. Image: World Economic Forum/Mattias N

Kate Whiting

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“The greatest disrupter of business will be climate crisis if we don't move fast enough", John Kerry, during the First Movers Coalition expansion announcement. Image: World Economic Forum/Mattias N

First Movers Coalition is increasing investments in climate tech for a decarbonized future. Image: PwC


How can digital technologies help deliver the climate goals?

US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry said the technology being invested in by the First Movers Coalition would encourage others to accelerate progress to meeting climate goals. Image: PwC

How investment compares to emissions. Image: PwC

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