Climate summit: the winners and losers in Paris

This weekend’s climate deal in Paris commits 195 countries to reducing pollution

14th December, 2015
Makers of solar panels are among those who should benefit from this weekend's climate deal Pic: Pixabay

Saving the world isn’t going to be cheap. If you sell oil, coal or old-fashioned cars, that threatens disaster. For makers of stuff like solar panels, high-tech home insulation, and efficient lighting, it’s a potential miracle.

That’s the bottom line from this weekend’s climate deal in Paris, which commits 195 countries to reducing pollution in order to head off dangerous climate change.

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