Major announcement: US, China announce groundbreaking pact to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

November 2014
Moderate Voice;11/12/2014, p6
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The article reports that China and the U.S. made an agreement on greenhouse gas emissions to control global climate change and informs that the U.S. reduce net greenhouse gas emissions by 26 to 28 percent.


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