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Desmond Tutu on Tackling Climate Change

November 24, 2009
Science has spoken on the urgent need to tackle the challenge of climate change. Now it is time to listen to our consciences. There is a clear moral imperative to tackle the causes of global warming. Worldwide, we have the chance to start turning the tide of climate change, but only if all governments commit themselves to a fair, binding and sustainable climate agreement in Copenhagen.
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Archbishop Desmond Tutu is a South African Anglican cleric and activist, and formerly the archbishop of Cape Town. Born in South Africa in 1931, he became an Anglican priest in 1960. He was appointed secretary-general of the South African Council...