IPCC on diets, land use and climate change: The green economy reacts

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Green figures have their say on the latest IPCC assessment
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Green figures have their say on the latest IPCC assessment

All the reaction from green businesses, policymakers, experts and campaigners on the IPCC's stirring report on how land use is affecting the climate

After more than two years of work by 107 authors who assessed more than 7,000 scientific publications, the world's top scientists today released their latest sobering assessment of the state of our planet's...

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