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Why technology is key to decarbonising the Middle East and North Africa

Dubai's tower blocks, decarbonising the Middle East is a tall order

Decarbonising the Middle East is a tall order, but technology can make it happen. Image: Unsplash/Macky Mendenilla

Kelsey Goodman
Community Engagement Lead, World Economic Forum
Dharmendra Hiranandani
Senior Manager, Bain & Company
Akram Alami
Partner, Bain & Company
Raja Atoui
Partner, Bain & Company
Maroun Kairouz
Head of the Middle East and North Africa, World Economic Forum
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