Ed Davey: Paris climate change deal 'won't be ambitious enough'

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Countries' commitments fall 'well short' of level needed for 2C pathway, but Energy and Climate Change Secretary insists legally binding deal is still achievable

Ed Davey has admitted the world could remain "well short" of the emission reduction commitments needed to limit global warming to internationally agreed levels after this year's landmark climate summit...

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