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UK aid budget cuts undermine trust ahead of Cop26 summit, experts warn

As developing countries prepare to negotiate a scaling up of climate finance at next year's Cop26, the UK host faces criticism for reneging on...

The Government must adopt an “overarching” environmental policy

25 November 2020  The state must pursue a national environmental policy that incorporates the climate crisis, biodiversity loss and water and air quality, the EPA...

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