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India must ensure equitable action for all in next steps of its climate change negotiations, says ActionAid India

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Update: Tuesday 19th Sep 2017
Author by: Saroj Kumar Pattnaik

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India must ensure equitable action for all in next steps of its climate change negotiations, says ActionAid India

Reacting to India’s ratification of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, Sandeep Chachra, Executive Director of ActionAid India said:

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