Pacific ​​islands nations consider world's first treaty to ban fossil fuels

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Treaty under consideration by 14 countries would ban new coalmines and embraces 1.5C target set at Paris climate talks

The world's first international treaty that bans or phases out fossil fuels is being considered by leaders of developing Pacific islands nations after a summit in the Solomon Islands this week. The...

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