COP Presidencies' Troika urges governments to deliver 'high ambition' national climate plans in 2025

Michael Holder
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Credit: COP28 President/UAE
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Credit: COP28 President/UAE

UAE, Azerbaijan, and Brazil promise to deliver more ambitious national climate plans by early next year and urge other nations to follow suit

UN Climate Summit hosts the UAE, Azerbaijan, and Brazil have jointly pledged to submit more ambitious national climate plans by early 2025, as they look to build on the landmark global climate agreement...

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