Declare ‘state of climate emergency’, UN boss urges world leaders

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    Exactly five years after a landmark deal on climate change was signed, the UN chief is sounding another warning about the future of our planet.

    Antonio Guterres used the anniversary of the Paris Agreement on climate change to plead with world leaders to declare climate emergencies.

    He says it is vital that nations act now for the sake of future generations.

    Al Jazeera’s Sonia Gallego reports.

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