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The beneficiaries of the status quo are in no rush to change

“The beneficiaries of the status quo are in no rush to change. If we are serious about the Paris agreement, we have to disrupt that cosy relationship between business and government.”

The report of the Cambridge Sustainability Commission on Scaling Behaviour Change

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