Davos 2023

How the First Movers Coalition is decarbonizing hard-to-abate industries

The First Movers Coalition is a global initiative focused on decarbonizing heavy industry and long-distance transport. Image: Unsplash/jtkyber1

Nancy Gillis
Programme Head, Climate Action & First Movers Coalition, World Economic Forum
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The First Movers Coalition was set up to accelerate the development of low-carbon technologies in heavy industry and long-distance transport.
The First Movers Coalition was set up to accelerate the development of low-carbon technologies in heavy industry and long-distance transport. Image: First Movers Coalition

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