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COP 28: Policy expert says methane is target of 'lazy lobbyists'

Environmental advisor says it is important to 'follow the science' on methane metric

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COP28: leaders encouraged to 'follow the science' on methane
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COP28: leaders encouraged to 'follow the science' on methane

A leading environmental advisor has urged governments to ‘follow the science' when it comes to methane emissions and to reject the ‘lazy lobbying' of green ‘extremism' ahead of the food and agriculture...

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