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UN, Britain to co-host climate summit on December 12

WorldNews Thursday, 24 September 2020
UN, Britain to co-host climate summit on December 12Shares The United Nations and Britain said Wednesday they would co-host a global climate summit on December 12, the fifth anniversary of the landmark Paris Agreement. The announcement came days after Chinese President Xi Jinping told the UN that the world's largest greenhouse gas polluter would peak emissions in 2030 and attempt to go carbon neutral by 2060, a...
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