What climate action should look like

Publish date: November 9, 2022

Time has run out for solving problems in isolation. At the global level, leaders need to move beyond sectoral approaches, and seek cross-sectoral, integrated solutions. It is something most governments — let alone industries — are not very good at, and that will take new and unusual partnerships to happen.

Bellona founder Frederic Hauge and Pathfinder CEO Lois Quam write in Jordan News about “Climate Action 2.0” – or how the world must work together to tackle the climate crisis we are facing.

“The current climate reality is terrifying and must propel us to act. Solutions are already here, it is a matter of galvanizing the will to implement; we need to understand that acting to address climate change is inevitable, and in the best interest of all global economies.”

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What climate action should look like

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