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U.S., China seek to reignite global talks on climate change

The Los Angeles Times, 23 September 2009
Publié le : 23 septembre 2009
 Christi Parsons and Jim Tankersley 
"Reporting from Washington and New York - The world's two biggest producers of greenhouse gases sought to build momentum Tuesday for stalled efforts to craft a global agreement to limit emissions, with China pledging to make sweeping changes by 2020 and President Obama exhorting world leaders to act to avert catastrophe. "Critics of the two countries, which together produce 40% of the gases that cause global warming, were cheered by the cooperative tone from Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao at a United Nations summit in New York. But they said that much more than positive words would be necessary if negotiators are to complete an international accord by a December deadline." Read on...
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