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CONFÉRENCE DE PRESSE cop17
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Changement climatique et cop17: enjeux et implications pour Madagascar
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MEPs vote on Just Transition Fund - WWF comment
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Clean jobs can replace coal jobs in European regions - WWF report
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The cop17 team in Madagascar
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