KIGALI (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met Chinese and Indian ministers on Friday in an effort to narrow gaps on reaching a global deal to cut greenhouse gases used in refrigerators and air conditioners.
Unlike the Paris climate agreement, the Kigali deal is legally binding -- it would cap and reduce use of HFCs
Struck by more than 100 developing countries, the deal aims to cut pollutants far more powerful than carbon dioxide.
Nearly 200 nations have reached a deal, announced Saturday morning after all-night negotiations, to limit the use of greenhouse gases far more powerful than carbon dioxide in a major effort to fight climate change. The talks on hydr...