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President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico and President Trump met yesterday in the Rose Garden to celebrate their countries’ new trade agreement.
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How can Covid-19’s hard-earned lessons be applied to climate change?
This year, to combat the coronavirus, companies adapted their production, governments poured money into technology, central banks permitted exceptional stimulus packages and societies mobilized to shield the most vulnerable people. Has this created the blueprint for combating climate change? How can legacy systems and businesses transform to scale solutions at this unique moment in history?
Join us today at 1:30 p.m. Eastern for a discussion hosted by our Climate editor, Hannah Fairfield. She will be talking with:
Alexandra Palt, the chief corporate responsibility officer at L’Oréal
Luisa Neubauer, a climate activist
Nigel Topping, the United Kingdom’s high-level climate action champion for COP26
Dayna Cunningham, the executive director of CoLab at M.I.T.
Bertrand Piccard, initiator and chairman of the Solar Impulse Foundation
Johan Rockstrom, the director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research