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Campaigners and industry criticise South Africa’s new carbon tax

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Trade deal binds Brazil to Paris Agreement, says top EU official

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Non-Green MEPs largely ignore climate on Twitter

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Hundreds of Extinction Rebellion activists face court, in summer of prosecutions

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Von der Leyen offers 55% CO2 cuts by 2030 in bid for EU top...

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