Who should fix climate change? | The Economist



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00:00 – Who should fix climate change?
00:55 – Hard problems are why we elect governments
01:29 – Which countries are leading?
03:00 – What is the role of companies?
03:57 – Companies innovate better than countries
05:17 – Personal responsibility beyond the home
06:30 – Climate action is humanitarian

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