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Good morning, this is Nicolas. Today, we’re covering the UN deputy chief’s call for investors to take responsibility on climate change, and a special session of the World Health Assembly on pandemic preparedness, amid concerns over the Omicron variant.

We’re also following the frustration of civil society after Covid vaccine patents talks were once again delayed, and the reboot of Iran nuclear talks.

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UN deputy secretary general Amina Mohammed on stage at Building Bridges 2021. She called on different stakeholders to work together to rebuild the widening trust deficit and achieve the SDGs. (Credit: Building Bridges/Anne Colliard)

🌉 Climate responsibility goes beyond nine to five job, says deputy UN chief Amina Mohammed. In an interview with Geneva Solutions, Mohammed said her personal message to the investor audience at the Building Bridges summit was to think about their individual responsibility to make a difference. “It's making the connection between your individual responsibility and the collective outcome in our world today.” She also called for greater ambitions, urgency, and financial resources to deliver on the 2030 Agenda.

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