Paris Agreement Signing: The reaction

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Paris Agreement Signing: The reaction

"This moment isn't the end of the journey, but it is the end of the beginning"

Ministers from over 130 countries will gather at the UN headquarters in New York later today to formally sign the Paris Agreement, marking an important milestone on the path to the full ratification of...

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