Good COP, bad COP: Can the UN Climate Summit deliver?

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Will COP save the world? | Credit: UN Climate Change
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Will COP save the world? | Credit: UN Climate Change

BusinessGreen takes a deep dive into the key opportunities and stumbling blocks that are set to shape next week's UN Climate Summit in Poland

There is no denying the mood music leading into next week's crucial UN climate summit in Katowice could be better. The annual pre-summit flurry of scientific reports warning of the ever-escalating climate...

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