When ‘climate emergency’ was named word(s) of 2019 by the Oxford Dictionary last month, it summed up what has been an extraordinary year for a burning political issue.
Following unprecedented global protests, governments around the world reached a political tipping point. Many recognised that their electorates, buoyed by a new and angry generation of voters, were going to start holding them accountable for their actions – or lack thereof – on climate change.
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