The Role of Markets in Reaching Net Zero
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Solutions Briefs

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The Role of Markets in Reaching Net Zero

May 15, 2024

This Solutions Brief, building on our earlier Brief An Energy Transition Road Map to Net Zero 2050, focuses on the essential role of market mechanisms and innovation in driving adoption of new technologies and ensuring that the world, policymakers, and market participants do not lose sight of the ultimate goal: to shift the energy mix while driving growth and human prosperity. Business plays a key role in the transition. Private sector innovation in addressing climate change is dynamic; this Brief focuses on a few areas important in reaching net zero but could easily have addressed many others as well.

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