Watch live: Trade deals could prioritise economy over environment

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On the Daily Climate Show, leaked documents obtained by Sky News reveal that climate pledges could be sacrificed to secure UK trade deals.

Plus, our guests debate whether space exploration can help tackle climate change.

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