Marshall Islands first nation to submit new, binding climate targets

Waterways are seen on farmland on the banks of the Orange River near Van der Kloof, South Africa, October 29, 2018. Picture taken October 29, 2018. REUTERS/Mike

MAJURO,22 NOVEMBER 2018 (REUTERS) – The Marshall Islands is the first country to submit new, binding climate targets to the United Nations this week, sending a signal to other countries to commit to more ambitious emissions cuts, a government statement reviewed by Reuters shows. In 2015, nearly 200 nations pledged in Paris to limit the […]

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