COP27: Tech’s role in achieving net zero

Could tech illuminate a pathway to net zero? Technology alone can’t achieve sustainability targets, but advanced technologies will be critical to mitigating the worst effects of climate change. The good news is that the drive to develop and scale them is accelerating: McKinsey partners Kimberly Henderson and Sean Kane report that existing advanced technologies, if deployed widely, could deliver about 60 percent of the emissions abatement that will be needed to stabilize the climate by 2050. For more on how climate tech can accelerate decarbonization, check out these insights. To register for McKinsey’s COP27 virtual events with climate experts and thought leaders, click here.

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