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Sultan al-Jaber under fire: COP28 president accused of conflict of interest

By France24
09 December 2023   |   8:40 am
He's claiming that his remarks were "misinterpreted". The Emirati oil executive leading the COP28 climate conference in Dubai has come out fighting after widespread criticism of his suggestion that there was "no science" indicating that a phase-out of fossil fuels was needed to contain global warming.

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