Davos 2022

One more reason to act fast on climate: economics

Nearly every country and sector stand to gain through swift climate action and decarbonization. Image: Andreas Gücklhorn on Unsplash

Jennifer Steinmann
Global Sustainability & Climate Practice Leader, Deloitte
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Strong climate action could deliver US $43 trillion* to the global economy by 2070.
Strong climate action could deliver US $43 trillion* to the global economy by 2070. Image: Deloitte

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