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Gore blasts COP28 climate chief and oil companies’ emissions pledges at UN summit

AP Science Writer

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Former Vice President Al Gore says don’t trust the oil and gas industry to report their actual carbon pollution and he adds that the man running United Nations climate talks runs one of the dirtiest oil companies out there. In an interview with The Associated Press, the Nobel Prize winning climate activist, author and filmmaker blasts Sultan al-Jaber, the president of the United Nations climate talks, who is also president of the national oil company of the host nation, United Arab Emirates. Gore says al-Jaber’s ADNOC is one of the largest and one of the dirtiest oil companies in the world.

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