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Sunak urges major polluting countries to slash emissions

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Sunak urges major polluting countries to slash emissions

Sunak urges major polluting countries to slash emissions

Rishi Sunak has urged major polluting countries to follow the UK's lead in slashing emissions.

Speaking at the Cop28 climate summit in Dubai, Sunak said: "The world needs to do more to tackle climate change.” He continued saying, "We've made real progress, including at the Glasgow summit.

But the climate science and mounting evidence of climate-related disasters show that we're not moving quickly or effectively enough.” Report by Ajagbef.

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