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Plant-based food, wind turbines and electric cars are often in focus during discussions on climate solutions. So maybe it’s time to highlight an even more important factor: Health and education.

Crystal Chissell poweful keynote during Earth Day’s 50th anniversary, April 22 2020.

Ten years ago Ørsted was one the most fossil fuel intense energy companies in Europe. Today, Ørsted has cut its emissions by 86 per cent and is ranked the most sustainable energy company in the world.

We highly recommend the panel discussion where Devapriyo Das of Ørsted took part. It sheds some light on how energy companies can have competitive advantage by making a decisive transition to renewables. This is the future of fossil fuel companies that still want to be in business in the 21st century as a part of the solution.
Devapriyo Das , bottom right, of Ørsted of Ørsted in the panel discussion April 22, Earth Day’s 50th anniversary, of Earth Day Week, during the day titled “Big ideas and education”. It sheds some light on how energy companies can have competitive advantage by making a decisive transition to renewables.

(From left) Nick Nuttall (DE) Director Strategic Communications Earth Day Network and co-host We Don’t Have Time and Catarina Rolfsdotter-Jansson (SE) Host We Don’t Have Time



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