Dubbed the Billionaire’s Club, a group which includes Facebook’s co-founder and a Disney heiress, plead with US presidential hopefuls to make the ultra-rich do their “patriotic duty” by paying more tax, potentially helping to address climate change, improve the economy “and strengthen our democratic freedoms”.
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Australia offers climate funding to Pacific islands
August 13, 2019
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