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In COP27’s final hours, fears mount that climate pact will fall short of summit’s goals

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, EGYPT—It’s the final day of COP27 and the hodgepodge of corporate information booths, art installations and protestors is quickly clearing out of the Sharm el-Sheikh conference centre. But leaders from the nearly 200 countries that have convened in the Red Sea resort town for the last two weeks have yet to reach a consensus on how to address climate change. 

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