By Robin Pomeroy JOHANNESBURG, Aug 28 (Reuters) - An array of big businesses joined forces with an unlikely ally on Wednesday to call on governments meeting at the Earth Summit to take clear action to tackle global climate change. A group representing some 160 multinationals made a joint statement with the environmental group Greenpeace, usually a corporate bete noire, calling on world leaders for an international system for halting global warming. The statement by the World Business ...
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