Big climate change push expected at United Nations General Assembly this week
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Big climate change push expected at United Nations General Assembly this week

With only six weeks left until a crucial global climate summit in Scotland, presidents and prime ministers face pressure to set aside diplomatic tensions and act quickly and collectively to slow the warming of the planet.

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