Rich countries must scale up efforts to cut carbon emissions, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development tells world leaders in New York
World leaders gathered in New York this week are under mounting pressure to boost their climate ambitions, with fresh warnings from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation (OECD) yesterday that most...
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