A Clean Energy Future Must Benefit All Of Our Planet’s People
“While a net-zero future is both necessary and inevitable, what is also necessary but not inevitable is that this shift benefits all of our planet’s people.” Co-Chair of The B Team’s Net-Zero by 2050 Working Group, David Crane, urges business to help build a just transition toward a clean energy future that benefits all of our planet’s people.
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