The Daily Climate Show: Can climate progress be agreed in Davos?

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “The Daily Climate Show: Can climate progress be agreed in Davos?” – below is their description.

Sky News is in in Davos, where international leaders are meeting again on how to move forward with tackling climate change, and the global repercussions of the war in Ukraine.

And, Anthony Albanese is sworn in as Australia’s new prime minister, with action on climate change top of the agenda after the previous government was said to have fallen short.

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