UN confirms COP25 relocated to Madrid

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UNFCCC announces key summit will take place in Madrid next month, after Chile withdrew as host

The UN has confirmed the COP25 Climate Summit will take place in Madrid, after Chile withdrew as host earlier this week. In a statement this afternoon, UN Climate Change Executive Secretary Patricia...

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