'The climate crisis is upon us': G20 finance ministers acknowledge climate risk for first time in Trump-era

James S Murray
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Is the US being pressured into at least recognising the risks posed by climate change?
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Is the US being pressured into at least recognising the risks posed by climate change?

As the White House bristles at suggestions its climate stance is evolving, everyone from the IMF to JP Morgan are stepping up calls for a bolder global response to the escalating crisis

Could the Trump administration be edging towards a more credible position on the escalating climate crisis? The obvious and correct answer is a resounding 'no, not in any meaningful sense'. A Trump victory...

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