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Climate crisis has reached 'point of no return', UN chief says

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Climate crisis has reached 'point of no return', UN chief saysMadrid (AFP) Dec 1, 2019

The devastating impacts of global warming that threaten humanity are a pushback from Nature under assault, UN chief Antonio Guterres warned Sunday ahead of a key climate conference. "For many decades the human species has been at war with the planet, and now the planet is fighting back," he said, decrying "utterly inadequate" efforts of the world's major economies to curb carbon pollution.
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On the eve of a climate summit in Madrid, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned that political will to tackle the &quot;climate crisis&quot; is still lacking.

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