'If we do not slow misinformation, misinformation will slow net zero': Parties unite to tackle climate misinformation

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'If we do not slow misinformation, misinformation will slow net zero': Parties unite to tackle climate misinformation

Leaders from London, Cardiff, Manchester, Birmingham, Southampton, and across urban and rural England call for climate issues to transcend culture-war-style politics ahead of local election

Local leaders from the Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat, and Green Party have united to sign a pledge to tackle climate misinformation ahead of the upcoming local and mayoral elections. The "Taking...

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