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Former US Secretary of State Kerry launches group to tackle climate 'like a war'

France 24 Sunday, 1 December 2019
Former US Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that he had formed a cross-party, celebrity-studded coalition to take on the cause of climate change and confront it “like a war.”
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