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Charles Moore’s Notes: Trying to reach a global agreement on anything is a waste of time

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5 December 2015

9:00 AM

5 December 2015

9:00 AM

Speaking on the Today programme on Monday, Sir David Attenborough, who wants a global agreement to control carbon emissions, pointed out that ‘Never in the history of humanity have all the people of the world got together to deal with a particular problem and agreed what the solution could be.

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