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🆕 The world is far off track to meet 2050 climate targets. #Culture has the potential to help us realise low-carbon, just, climate resilient futures. Today we call on @UNFCCC to recognise the power of #CultureAtCOP28 🌍
— Europa Nostra (@europanostra) November 9, 2023