Boris Johnson joins businesses in urging G7 for climate and biodiversity focus

Michael Holder
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The G7 summit is being hosted by the UK in Cornwall in June 2021
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The G7 summit is being hosted by the UK in Cornwall in June 2021

CBI chief says it is 'not acceptable' for businesses to sit on the sidelines amid 'seismic' challenges from climate change, biodiversity loss and Covid-19

Boris Johnson has joined Britain's biggest business group, the CBI, in urging G7 nations to lead international action to address the climate and biodiversity crises, at the same time as facilitating a...

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