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Will Trump derail action on climate change? -

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Environmentalists and renewable energy groups say they're still forging ahead with the Paris Climate Agreement at the latest round of UN climate talks in Morocco.

It comes amid concerns Donald Trump's rise to US presidency threatens action on climate change.

Mr Trump has labelled climate change a hoax and part of a Chinese conspiracy against US business.

But as Katherine Gregory reports, delegates at the summit are confident Mr Trump will not be able to reverse the progress made so far.

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Tina Johnson, US Climate Network
Amanda Mckenzie, CEO of the Climate Council, Australia
Li Shuo, Greenpeace China Policy Advisor