US, China Agree to Cut Emissions From Vehicles, Coal

US, China Agree to Cut Emissions From Vehicles, Coal

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pollution air water wading in lake erie-mcorbleyThe United States and China, the world’s top emitters of greenhouse gases, agreed to five initiatives on July 10 to cut carbon output from the largest sources, including heavy duty vehicles, manufacturing and coal-fired plants, the State Department said.

The U.S.-China climate change working group, which officials from both countries formed in April, will work with companies and non-governmental groups to develop plans by October.

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