Figueres calls on businesses to break "vicious cycle" of climate inaction

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Head of UN climate change secretariat talks up prospects for Durban Summit, urges businesses to play more proactive role

The UN's top climate change official has called on green businesses to provide the "powerful vocal support" for action on climate change that will provide governments with a "clearer space" to push through...

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