'No time to lose': Pope urges oil majors to tackle climate change

Madeleine Cuff
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'No time to lose': Pope urges oil majors to tackle climate change

Pope Francis calls climate change a challenge of 'epochal proportions' that must be resisted with a wholesale switch to clean fuels

The Pope has urged some of the world's most powerful oil companies to urgently abandon fossil fuel exploration and instead concentrate their efforts on switching to clean fuels, during an unprecedented...

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