The United States has re-joined the Paris Climate Agreement at a crucial time. Perhaps just in the nick of time. While the climate enemy, much like Covid-19, may be largely invisible, if we fail to beat global warming, the impact on people around the world will be chilling and profound, especially for the most vulnerable. Unlike other historic conflicts, we are all on the same side in this battle. As governments around the world redouble their commitments to address dangerous man-made climate change, industry, too, must step up and play its part. In World War II, the mobilization of the American economy was a decisive factor in defeating fascism, but through that effort it also reinvigorated swathes of the United States still suffering from the effects of the Great Depression and drove innovation and investment that spurred decades of prosperity.
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