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A chance to back those in need

Politicians need help to do the right thing at the Warsaw summit, argues Joe Ware

IN SEPTEMBER, the world's scientific community gave its verdict on the state of global climate change - in the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report - and it was not pretty (Comment, 27 September; News, 4 October). Now it is now the turn of the politicians to respond.

Government negotiators, including energy and environment ministers, from more than 190 countries will be meeting in Warsaw from ...

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