How the Energy Transitions Commission is unpicking the global climate challenge

Madeleine Cuff
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How the Energy Transitions Commission is unpicking the global climate challenge

Tasked with accelerating the low-carbon transition, the Energy Transitions Commission is bringing together a wide mix of views, from fossil fuel giants to climate activists - but what can business learn from its inclusive approach?

Shut away in a plush meeting room overlooking the City of London, a team of professional men and women spent an afternoon last week locked in intense negotiations with their counterparts both around the...

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