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EU climate boss says emissions cuts not enough
By Online Editor
10:20 pm GMT+12, 12/10/2015, Morocco
All major economies have presented emissions pledges for after 2020 as part of negotiations for the Paris deal but they all look different. Developed countries including the U.S. and the EU have pledged absolute reductions in emissions, while China has vowed to peak its emissions by 2030 and India…
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