PM: Rich countries must ‘step-up to the plate’ over decarbonisation

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “PM: Rich countries must ‘step-up to the plate’ over decarbonisation” – below is their description.

Boris Johnson has called for industrial nations to ‘step up to the plate’ of reducing carbon emissions.

The Prime Minister told reporters in New York that the COP26 summit in Glasgow would be a ‘turning point’ and that the world needed to ‘grow up’ and take climate change seriously.

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