‘Grow up’: UK’s Johnson says world must face climate change • FRANCE 24 English

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British Prime Minister Boris #Johnson told world leaders at the #UnitedNations on Wednesday night that humanity has to “grow up” and tackle #climate change, saying humans must stop trashing the planet like a teenager on a bender. Johnson is due to host a major United Nations climate summit in #Glasgow, Scotland in six weeks’ time. FRANCE 24’s Bénédicte Paviot tells us more.

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