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Market weekly – The technologies contributing to net zero (podcast)

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Thibaud CLISSON
 

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Eliminating carbon dioxide emissions over the coming decades will require multi-billion dollar investments, as well as a wide range of efforts to reduce energy consumption, increase efficiency, electrify and decarbonise processes, and nurture alternative fuels to economic viability.

As Thibaud Clisson, senior ESG analyst at our Sustainability centre explains, there are more and more technologies that put the challenging promise of net zero within reach.

This Market weekly is part of the BNP Paribas Asset Management podcast series on our investment views and strategies. Also read the related article on our blog.

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