Michael Bloomberg pledges to help world leaders reach climate deal

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Former New York mayor says he will 'carry the flag' for Ban Ki-moon's attempts to get heads of state to agree 2015 climate deal

New York's former mayor, Mike Bloomberg, said he plans to spend his post-political career helping the United Nations with the "very difficult" and "frustrating" work of herding leaders towards a global...

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