John Kerry calls for united front on climate change

Will Nichols
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US Secretary of State attacks climate sceptics and says window to tackle climate crisis and realise economic opportunities is closing

John Kerry has urged countries around the world to act on climate change, attacking "shoddy scientists" and "extreme ideologies" that seek to undermine investment in climate-related measures. Speaking...

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