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Oslo's radical "climate budget" aims to halve carbon emissions in four years

OSLO (Reuters) - Oslo's leftist city government issued its first "climate budget" on Wednesday aiming to halve greenhouse gas emission within four years in one of the world's most radical experiments to slow global warming.
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