Rallying cry in Paris to avoid environmental catastrophe

Financial Times: Among the thousands of delegates heading to Paris to finalise a new global climate change accord, there will be hundreds of business executives from almost every type of industry. There is a simple reason. In theory, the outcome of the two-week UN talks in Paris that start on November 30 could affect the way companies fuel cars, heat buildings, power factories and make steel and cement. That is because the main objective of the talks is an agreement among the world’s governments to collectively......

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