How can we make climate discussions more inclusive?

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New research by the University of Bristol has found a lack of diversity in climate change decision-making, with people from diverse backgrounds making up just 3% of discussions.

Joycelyn Longdon, founder of Climate in Colour, says the inclusion of marginalised communities in climate discussions is necessary if we want ‘triumph’ in tackling climate change.

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