COP23 : The climate community reacts

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The main plenary hall in Bonn | Credit: UN Climate Change
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The main plenary hall in Bonn | Credit: UN Climate Change

BusinessGreen rounds up all the key reaction to a COP23 Summit that made slow, but steady progress

In many ways, COP23 has drawn to a close in much the same way as previous UN climate summits in the past - with impromptu press huddles, overrunning negotiations, and a lack of fresh coffee. But this...

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