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Climate Change: EU and China Start Talking

7:01 AM MDT | June 9, 2009 | Alex Scott in Helsinki

Climate negotiators representing the European Union (EU) and China in recent days have initiated discussions about their commitment to the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, Stavros Dimas, European environment commissioner told journalists gathered during the past week at the Helsinki Chemicals Forum (HCF) in Helsinki. Agreement between China and the EU, along with the U.S., is widely considered to be paramount to a successful outcome of the United Nations (UN) climate change summit set to take place at the end of this year in Copenhagen.  ...

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