World's top businesses call for green G20 deal

James S Murray
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New task force featuring over 50 of the world's largest businesses to make series of recommendations designed to deliver low carbon recovery

Political leaders may have spent much of this week downplaying expectations of a meaningful climate change deal at tomorrow's G20 summit, but that did not stop over 50 of the world's largest businesses...

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