Governments need to show the necessary ambition on mitigation, adaptation, and finance in a balanced way, and they can’t settle for the “lowest common denominator”, the UN Secretary-General said in Glasgow where crucial climate negotiations are in the final stretch. Meanwhile, 13 countries launched a new alliance to end gas and oil while the cities’ theme took centre stage today. 
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