Banks and big corporations are still pouring billions into coal and oil, making climate breakdown harder to beat.
Nick Clark is the environment editor at Al Jazeera English. He has also worked as a network presenter and correspondent, and is a Royal Television Soc... iety award winner. He was a 2014 Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT.
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