With 100 days until COP26, where has the government got to?

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With 100 days until COP26, where has the government got to?

Now should be the time for the Prime Minister to get more involved in diplomatic work for an ambitious outcome at COP26, writes Green Alliance's Joe Tetlow

The end of this week marks the end of the parliamentary term and the start of summer recess. It also marks 100 days to COP26, in Glasgow. It will come around faster than you think. So where have we got...

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