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Sabine Klauke, Airbus, and Werner Vogels, Amazon, discuss corporate climate action with moderator David Kirkpatrick
Sabine Klauke
Airbus
Sabine Klauke, Chief Technology Officer, Airbus

Sabine Klauke has been Chief Technology Officer at Airbus since July 2021 and is a member of the Company’s Executive Committee. She leads a team of more than 11,000 engineers across the globe and drives the company’s ambition to deliver breakthrough technologies to build the future of aerospace.

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Werner Vogels
Amazon
Werner Vogels, Amazon, DLD

In addition to being Amazon’s Chief Technology Officer, Werner Vogels is an engineer, architect, scientist, programmer, product guy, executive, disruptor, investor, mentor, advisor, analyst, academic, sales guy, entrepreneur, data analyst, system administrator, evangelist, debater, father, musician and biker. 

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David Kirkpatrick
Techonomy Media
David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy

A journalist and media entrepreneur, David Kirkpatrick founded Techonomy Media, which he led for 12 years. He is now focusing on climate tech, climate action, and the crisis of global heating. Kirkpatrick’s bestselling book The Facebook Effect has been published in 32 languages.

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