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Climate change: Stakes 'never been higher' in fight for environment

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The stakes in the fight against global warming are higher than ever, the UN's climate science chief said Monday as nearly 200 nations met to finalise what is sure to be a harrowing report on climate impacts. FRANCE 24 speaks to François Gemenne, lead author for the IPCC and president of Ecosphere.

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