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Davos 2023: Keeping the pace on climate change

Following the negotiations and commitments at COP27 and amid energy, food and water crises, robust action remains critical to keep the world on track for COP28 goals and milestones to combat climate change.

Between Sharm el-Sheikh and Dubai, what are the imperatives to ensure global cooperation on climate action in the face of multiple pressures and crises?

This is the full audio of the session at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting 2023.


Julia Chatterley, Anchor, CNN

John F. Kerry, Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, National Security Council (NSC)

Jesper Brodin, Chief Executive Officer, Ingka Group (IKEA)

Helena Gualinga, Co-Founder, Indigenous Youth Collective of Amazon Defenders

Anna Borg, President and Chief Executive Officer, Vattenfall AB

Jennifer Morgan, State Secretary and Special Envoy for International Climate Action, Federal Foreign Office of Germany


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