Mar 09, 2016

5 key insights into Obama’s climate change deal with China - SFGate

The new climate goals announced by President Obama and Chinese leaders are groundbreaking and doable, but perhaps not enough to head off global warming, climate analysts and California officials said Wednesday. “These are all steps that need to be taken right now, and they’re certainly achievable,” said Robert Weisenmiller, chairman of the California Energy Commission, who sees big potential for...

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