What is the significance of the Paris Agreement?

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 24 Number 1 (2016)

What is the significance of the Paris Agreement?
Lisa Nandy pages -


The Paris Agreement represents major progress in the struggle against climate change – but Conservative government policy is making fulfilment of the UK’s obligations increasingly unlikely. Labour councils and activists, alongside business and civil society, have a major role to play in compensating for Tory inaction.

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