COP24 Overnight Briefing: A 'Swiss cheese' rulebook?

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A 'Swiss cheese' rulebook? Opinion is split in Katowice over whether it is better to have a Rulebook for the Paris Agreement wrapped up by the end of the Summit, even if it is not perfect, or whether...

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