The Clash: Should we give up our cars to help fight climate change? | Mark Dolan Tonight

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‘The most expensive policy is to not take action on the climate.’

‘There is no climate emergency.’

Donnachadh McCarthy and Lembit Öpik clash over whether we should give up using cars to help fight climate change.

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