U.S. envoy John Kerry says countries of the world must break ‘mutual suicide pact’ and take decisive climate action

U.S. envoy John Kerry says countries of the world must break ‘mutual suicide pact’ and take decisive climate action
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U.S. climate envoy John Kerry called on China to join America in urgently cutting greenhouse-gas emissions and described the international alliances that rebuilt Europe after World War II as a model for fighting against climate change. Kerry challenged global leaders to accelerate the actions needed to curb rising temperatures and pull the world back from the edge of the abyss. “Allies, partners, competitors and even adversaries” must work together, he said during a speech at London’s Kew Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage site where scientists are working to protect plants from global warming.

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