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NATO must tackle climate change by reducing military emissions: Secretary-General

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NATO must cut its “military emissions” as part of moves to tackle climate change, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said, as he welcomed US climate change envoy John Kerry to Brussels.

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“We agree that climate change makes the world more unsafe, so #NATO needs to step up and play a bigger role in combating it – including by reducing military emissions. I look forward to working closely together (with Kerry),” Stoltenberg wrote on Twitter.

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