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5 things climate-vulnerable countries need from the COP26 summit

Climate change decisions need to be made with consideration for the most vulnerable countries. Image: Unsplash/Annie Spratt

Yamide Dagnet

Senior Associate, , International Climate Action

Jemima Marie Mendoza

Research Analyst II, Climate Program, World Resources Institute

Molly Bergen

Communications Manager, Climate Program, World Resources Institute

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