Call to end coal renewed as world leaders address UN climate report

Aug 10, 2021 View Original Article
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55% : "We know what must be done to limit global warming - consign coal to history and shift to clean energy sources, protect nature and provide climate finance for countries on the frontline," he said.
45% : Calls to abandon coal have been renewed as world leaders respond to the new United Nations climate report that warns the world remains on track for devastating global warming this century.

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