COP26: More than 100 countries join pact to slash planet-warming methane emissions • FRANCE 24

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More than 100 countries have joined an effort led by the United States and European Union to slash #emissions of the potent greenhouse gas #methane 30% by 2030 from 2020 levels, an initiative aimed at tackling one of the main causes of #climate change. #COP26

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