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United States Secretary of State John Kerry on the latest United Nations report on climate change action:
“We’ve already had wake-up call after wake-up call about climate science. This report is a wake-up call about global economic opportunity we can seize today as we lead on climate change …
“We already know that climate science is unambiguous and that every year the world defers action, the costs only grow. But focusing only on grim realities misses promising realities staring us right in the face. This report makes very clear we face an issue of global willpower, not capacity.”
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on the latest United Nations report on climate change action:
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