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Trade in 25 technologies can help climate action. What's needed to make it happen?

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Trade can help facilitate meaningful climate action. Image: Freepik.

Kimberley Botwright
Head, Sustainable Trade, World Economic Forum
Joachim Monkelbaan
Lead, Climate Trade, World Economic Forum Geneva
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