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Battered by massive cyclones, El Nino-fuelled drought and swollen king tides, fragile Pacific island nations vulnerable to climate change are leading the charge in implementing the landmark Paris climate deal. The Marshall Islands is the latest Pacific nation after Fiji and Palau to adopt the historic deal which was agreed by 195 nations in December with the aim of curbing carbon emissions and limiting global warming. - TO GO WITH AFP STORY ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE COP21 PACIFIC MARSHALLS,FOCUS BY

 

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