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China Flexes Its New Climate Action Muscles in Bonn Trump Administration Blinks

Mongabay

129 days ago   Article ID# 4234691
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(Mongabay) - China is making it clear that if the Trump administration follows through on its threat to withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, there will be an angry international backlash and a tangible geopolitical price to pay.

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Updated 129 days ago   Article ID# 4234691

   

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