Faster, deeper, fairer - how the Committee on Climate Change's recommendations could be improved

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Total cumulative emissions are what really matter, argues Friends of the Earth's Mike Childs

Every fraction of a degree matters when it comes to climate change; particularly to the most vulnerable people around the world, but also to habitats such as coral reefs. Heightened awareness of the danger...

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