Climate Change: voestalpine asks: What’s the next step towards the future?

Climate change is a reality, no matter how you look at it or which side you’re on in this hotly contested debate. In any case, a sense of powerlessness in the face of this apparently overwhelming issue has to give way to activism on behalf of our planet. Join our discussion of the next step to a better future, and send us your ideas on the subject of climate change!

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