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Bridging data gaps can help tackle the climate crisis

Information gaps impede our ability to understand the impact of policies. Image: Unsplash/noaa

Bo Li

Deputy Managing Director, IMF

Bert Kroese

Chief Statistician, Data Officer, and Director of the Statistics Department , IMF

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