Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the G20 needs a sense of “urgency” to address the growing threat of climate change Sunday, as the leaders’ summit kicked off its second day with a session on climate action.
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But negotiators working through the night did not appear to have made much headway on securing agreement to phase out coal power more quickly or hastening plans to get to net zero emissionsThe photographic records o.
Italian Prime Minister and G20 host Mario Draghi made a last-ditch effort to urge the leaders of the world’s biggest economies to accept the reality of the situation.