Climate Action Summit Sees Limited Commitment From Largest Emitters While Some Companies, Foundations Take Steps Forward On Adaptation, Mitigation

Devex: U.N. climate summit a ‘stepping stone’ for new action, experts say
“The world’s largest emitters did not answer U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres’ call for ‘concrete’ commitments on climate change during the U.N. Climate Action Summit. But some companies, foundations, and other players made it clear this week that they are ready to move forward on climate adaptation and mitigation plans, according to experts on climate change and food security…” (Lieberman, 9/25).

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