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Eight billion people on planet Earth and worsening climate change: Where to from here?

By France24
15 November 2022   |   10:12 am
The global population reaches eight billion - what happens now? As climate change worsens, how will eight billion people survive? Also: reactions to Joe Biden and Xi Jinping's face to face meeting and Paris 2024 organizers unveil the Games' mascots! Finally: a revered frozen beef dish in Japan now has a 30 year waitlist!

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