The Mission Possible Partnership together with the UK COP Presidency and the High-Level Champions is hosting a half-day virtual event taking place on the 6-month mark before COP26 in Glasgow. This event will convene CEOs from industry and critical businesses, alongside Heads of State/Ministers from key governments, and high-level representatives from the entire value-chain of actors needed to deliver a net-zero transition in the heavy industry. This would be the opportunity to showcase the three sectors which are leading in the net-zero transition such as Hydrogen, Steel and Shipping.
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