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||The Case for Climate Action Building A Clean Economy For The American People AUGUST 25, 2020 D E M O C R A T S . S E N A T E . G O V / C L I M A T E Brian Schatz, Chair Hawaii Sheldon Whitehouse Rhode Island Jeffrey A. Merkley Oregon Michael F. Bennet Colorado Tammy Baldwin Wisconsin Martin Heinrich New Mexico Edward J. Markey Massachusetts Tammy Duckworth Illinois Catherine Cortez Masto Nevada Tina Smith Minnesota The Case for Climate Action: Building a The Case for Climate Action: Building a C||IHS Markit||, benefits from these investments , state of new mexico , impacts but once financial , costs for the industrial , percent of their electricity , costs of new development , cost of available technologies , health of the economy , risk from the impacts , programs like the department , reductions in th||31-Jan-2021||auto-generated|
||Industry Agenda Industrial Internet of Things: Unleashing the Potential of Connected Products and Services In collaboration with Accenture January 2015 Contents Executive summary General findings 2.1 The state of the market 2.2 The four phases of the Industrial Internet evolution 2.3 Key near-term opportunities and benefits 2.4 Major challenges and risks Convergence on the outcome economy 3 7 7 8 9 10 12 3.1 From connected products to software-driven services 12 3.2 The emergence of the outcome||WEF||, economy in the outcome , projects that the business , ecosystems and overall economic , opportunities of the industrial , work what new business , internet of everything solution , product or the business , internet will also create , internet among the general , impact of the industrial , develop||1-Feb-2021||auto-generated|
||The Road Ahead: A policy research agenda for automotive circularity C I R C U L A R C A R S I N I T I A T I V E P O L I C Y W O R K S T R E A M D E C E M B E R 2 0 2 0 Contents Foreword Letter from the World Economic Forum Introduction 1 A policy research agenda for automotive decarbonization 2 Adapting existing policy tools to circularity 3 Optimizing materials efficiency and energy consumption through mobility-as-a-service 4 Building capacity for circular materials production 4.1 Batteries 4.2||WEF||, future of the electric , decarbonization of the car , emissions and the green , emissions in the global , steel used in vehicles , emissions regardless of energy , battery use or vehicle , california and some european , material s overall carbon , state of the world , emissions associated with cir||1-Feb-2021||auto-generated|
||Industry Agenda Inspiring Future Cities & Urban Services Shaping the Future of Urban Development & Services Initiative April 2016 Prepared in collaboration with PwC Contents 3 Foreword 6 Executive Summary 9 1. The Future of Cities 9 1.1 It s an Urban World 10 1.2 Challenges Due to Urbanization 13 1.3 The Future of Cities 15 1.4 The Business of Running Cities: Urban Services 18 2. Enablers for Adopting New Models for Urban Services 18 2.1 Challenges 19 2.2 Enablers 26 3. Accelerating Public-Priva||WEF||, stakeholders in the planning , institutions and the private , ppps while the private , citizens across various social , community at the city , officer from the private , population in some cities , stakeholders to use data , action against the risk , cities in the developed , government and the e||5-May-2021||auto-generated|