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I4CE welcomes the French President’s “Make Our Planet great Again” Initiative

21 June 2017 - Blog post

I4CE – Institute for Climate Economics contributes to implementing the Paris Agreement, and to align financial flows with a low-carbon and climate-resilient development.

We are IN to Make Our Planet Great Again. If you would like to come to France and work with us, please apply

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www.makeourplanetgreatagain.fr

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