'A signal to the world': Is a new wave of international climate action starting to take shape?

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The G7 has been meeting in Turin this week | Credit: Fabio Lamanna - iStock
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The G7 has been meeting in Turin this week | Credit: Fabio Lamanna - iStock

As G7 preps deal to accelerate coal phase out, signs are growing that the next few years could see a host of international accords to ramp up global climate action

There is growing optimism that the clean energy transition is fast approaching an historic tipping point whereby global emissions start to fall. But could the milestone be accompanied by a policy tipping...

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