New York mayor aims for 40 per cent carbon cuts for Big Apple by 2030

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Bill de Blasio unveils ambitious new target at meeting of world mayors hosted by the Pope

The Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, has this week announced a new emissions reduction target for the city at a Vatican-organised conference on climate change and modern slavery. Speaking to...

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