IPPR: UK should pay £20bn into UN climate fund

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IPPR: UK should pay £20bn into UN climate fund

The UK's contribution to global decarbonisation should be more in line with its 'fair share' of responsibility for climate breakdown, think tank says

The UK has made the fifth largest cumulative contribution to climate change, and therefore has a duty to offer more financial support to help poorer countries to decarbonise. That's according to think...

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