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Ireland to co-spearhead coalition at UN Climate Summit

Ireland and the Marshall Islands are to lead a special track on the issues of Youth Engagement and Public Mobilisation at the 2019 UN Climate Action Summit

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray
18th April, 2019
Leaders must act at High-level United Nations gathering. Pic: Getty

Ireland and the Marshall Islands are to lead a special track or “coalition” on the issues of Youth Engagement and Public Mobilisation at the 2019 UN Climate Action Summit, which will take place in New York on 23 September.

The United Nations secretary general, António Guterres, requested that Ireland and the Marshall Islands take charge of the coalition at this year’s landmark conference.

The aim of Ireland’s work on the Coalition...

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