COP25: UN Secretary General warns world is 'hurtling' towards 'point of no return' in climate crisis

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Conference Secretary General Antonio Guterres and Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa | Credit: UNFCCC
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Conference Secretary General Antonio Guterres and Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa | Credit: UNFCCC

Antonio Guterres issues stark warning as latest talks in Madrid get underway with news Mark Carney is to take up key climate role

The world's response to climate change has been "utterly inadequate", forcing the planet to the "point of no return", UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned yesterday at the start of the latest round...

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