Following the December 2015 United Nations’ Climate Change Conference (COP21), momentum for curbing climate change is at an all-time high. This World Economic Forum panel of experts discusses what the forthcoming departure from fossil fuels will entail and examines how this transition can be sustainable. Though the conversation meanders, the panel touches on several critical points. getAbstract recommends this report to economists, environmentalists, policy makers and anyone concerned with the broader ramifications of a shift to green energy.
In this summary, you will learn
- What the United Nations’ 2015 Climate Change Conference (COP21) achieved,
- How the fossil fuel industry plays a critical role in the transition to renewable energies and
- Why all sectors must address the issue of green financing.
About the Speakers
Steve Sedgwick is an anchor on CNBC. Stuart T. Gulliver is group chief executive at HSBC. Feike Sijbesma is CEO of Royal DSM, a multinational health and nutrition firm. Christiana Figueres is the executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Doug McMillon is president and CEO of Walmart.
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