Global Briefing: UAE, South Korea, and Turkey unveil fresh climate pledges in boost to COP26 prospects

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An artist's impression of plans for UAE's Masdar City green development / Credit: Masdar
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UAE becomes first Gulf State to set net zero target With under a month to go until the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow the meeting received a triple boost this week, as the UAE, Turkey, and South Korea...

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