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World's local governments rally in California to fight climate change
by Sebastien Malo
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
11 September 2018
On 11 September 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Local authorities will carve out a larger role in fighting rising temperatures globally, as national governments have been slow to take action, said organizers of a climate change summit beginning on Wednesday (11 September) in San Francisco. About 4,500 delegates from city and regional governments, as well as industries and research institutions, will attend the Global Climate Action Summit, which was put together by Californian authorities and the United Nations.
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The three-day gathering will deepen the leadership of sub-national authorities in curbing climate change, a battle that almost 200 nations have also joined under the Paris climate accord, according to organizers.
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