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In hurry-up mode while Obama is president, 60 nations have agreed to global climate accord

The historic global climate accord reached last December in Paris is moving rapidly toward enactment, with 60 countries — representing 48% of all greenhouse gas emissions — having formally approved it as of Wednesday. To become law, the accord must be approved by at least 55 nations and those nations...
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