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7 leaders share how innovative thinking can tackle climate change

Rania Al-Mashat, the Egyptian minister for cooperation, is one of several leaders in this special compilation episode timed to the COP 27 Climate Summit in Egypt sharing surprising and innovative approaches to scale action for climate change.

Linda Lacina

Digital Editor, World Economic Forum

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Rania Al-Mashat, Egyptian Minister of International Cooperation
Xylem CEO Patrick Decker explains how innovative incentives can spur investments in climate change progress.
Xylem CEO Patrick Decker explains how innovative incentives can spur investments in climate change progress. Image: Xylem
Patrick Decker, CEO, Xylem

Patrick Decker, CEO, Xylem
Pooling resources can accelerate and scale innovation for climate change said George Oliver, Johnson Controls CEO.
Pooling resources can accelerate and scale innovation for climate change said George Oliver, Johnson Controls CEO. Image: Johnson Controls

George Oliver, CEO and chairman of Johnson Controls

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Don’t underestimate the power of interdisciplinary interaction for climate change, says Siemens Corporation CEO Barbara Humpton.
Don’t underestimate the power of interdisciplinary interaction for climate change, says Siemens Corporation CEO Barbara Humpton. Image: Siemens

Barbara Humpton, CEO, Siemens
Mercy Corps CEO Tjada D'Oyen McKenna shares how digitalization and new tools can help us tackle the food crisis - while helping communities better adapt to climate shocks.
Mercy Corps CEO Tjada D'Oyen McKenna shares how digitalization and new tools can help us tackle the food crisis - while helping communities better adapt to climate shocks. Image: Mercy Corps

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Mohammad Jafaar, Kuwaiti Danish Dairy Company CEO, stresses that we must understand the impact of our solutions to ensure they truly help people and planet. Image: World Economic Forum

Mohammad Jafaar, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Kuwaiti Danish Dairy Company
Investing in existing technologies and approaches, says Eric Rondolat, Signify CEO, can help the company grow while fueling progress for climate change.
Investing in existing technologies and approaches, says Eric Rondolat, Signify CEO, can help the company grow while fueling progress for climate change. Image: Signify

Eric Rondolat, CEO, Signify

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