The Daily Climate Show: Reporting from Gabon

Sky News published this video item, entitled “The Daily Climate Show: Reporting from Gabon” – below is their description.

On today’s show, we report from Gabon where more money is needed to help preserve its rainforests.

Plus Ziya Tong and Majid Majid join us for our daily climate debate.

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