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'At Davos we will tell world leaders to abandon the fossil fuel economy'

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The world of finance has a responsibility to the planet, the people and all other species living on it, says Greta. Image: Mattias Nutt

Greta Thunberg
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A coal fired power plant: ‘Since the 2015 Paris agreement 33 major global banks have poured £1.5tn into fossil fuels.’ Image: John Giles/PA
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