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Christiana Figueres

Employees work on the assembly line for the production of the ID.3 electric car at the Volkswagen plant in Saxony, Germany.

we will see the beginning of the end of the internal combustion engine. That is quite remarkable because the entirety of our economic growth over the last 150 years has come on the back of this technology and the fossil fuels that feed it. Over the past few years we have been investing heavily in electric and hydrogen-powered

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