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US, China Pledge Greenhouse Gas Emissions Cuts

The US and China yesterday agreed on five initiatives to cut greenhouse gas emissions including reducing vehicle pollution, increasing carbon capture projects and improving buildings’ energy efficiency. The agreement is nonbinding and does not set specific emissions reduction targets. The US-China Working Group on Climate Change, established in April during Secretary of State John Kerry’s [.
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