SDG 13: Climate Action

COP26: how can we curb emissions before it’s too late?

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Pipe pollutes air with fumes. Image: Anne Nygård/Unsplash

Gerry Mey
Writer, Reuters
Emma Farge
Correspondent, Reuters Geneva
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