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Boris: ‘Kermit the Frog was wrong, it’s easy to be green’

In a characteristically colorful speech before the United Nations, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson cast UN climate talks in Glasgow in November as a last chance for humanity, and also made a reference to a Muppets song.

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