No smiley face for climate campaigners after wind turbine emoji bid is refused

Cecilia Keating
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Credit: Charles Cook

Climate campaigners have expressed disappointment after the organisation responsible for emojis refused a request to add a wind turbine icon to its lexicon of symbols

The body that releases new emojis has been accused of being "behind the curve" on public attitudes towards climate action by UK green groups, after reports emerged this week that the standards body rejected...

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