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Climate talks resume online as pressure to act grows

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Paris (AFP) – For the first time since 2019 and following a flurry of net-zero pledges from the world’s largest emitters, UN climate negotiations resumed Monday in a virtual format less than six months before the crunch COP26 summit. The talks, nominally hosted by the United Nations climate change programme in the German city of Bonn, will all be online and informal, meaning that no decisions will be taken during the three-week discussions. But with increasingly dire climate warnings from scientists, the pressure for progress to be made on a number of thorny issues is high. “We meet in the sha…

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