Sunak unveils international climate package at COP27
UK prime minister Rishi Sunak announced a series of new commitments on international climate financing, nature preservation and energy transition at COP27 in Egypt today.Speaking in Sharm El-Sheikh, the PM said that nations must honour the pledges made at last year’s summit in Glasgow, before revealing that the UK would triple its support for climate adaptation, from
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