Posted May 20, 2024|  by Tony Blair Institute for Global Change

There is a lack of trust in key actors to deliver on climate. This is true of national governments and the EU, but particularly China. The majority of the public does not believe that any of these actors will hit their net-zero targets – with... Read More

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