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David Attenborough: It could soon be too late to tackle climate change

Attenborough said leading nations had a duty to help poorer countries because industrialisation had been one of the major factors in driving climate change. Image: Chris J Ratcliffe/Pool via REUTERS

Timothy Reuter

Head of Aerospace and Drones, World Economic Forum LLC

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