Reports: Nicaragua to sign up to Paris Agreement as opposition to US stance mounts

James Murray
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US left further isolated in opposition to global climate deal as Nicaragua pledges to join agreement and Theresa May calls for defence of 'rules-based system'

The US and Syria could soon be left as the only two states outside of the auspices of the Paris Agreement, after the Nicaraguan government signalled it was planning to sign up to the historic climate treaty....

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