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Green Partnership for Growth and Sustainability

Pressure mounts on the world's resources as population and wealth grows. Ensuring a sufficient supply of energy and water is crucial to enable further economic growth and welfare around the world - including the United States. Avoiding pollution affecting local air and water as well as the global climate is paramount to ensure the well-being of humans, and ultimately of our planet.
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