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U.S. and China Forge Climate Deal, November 16, 2014

This week saw the world’s two largest carbon emitters, the U.S. and China, announce a joint plan to curb their emissions in the next two decades, an effort that calls for tracking of various environment-related metrics. Program Host Bill Loveless will interview Michael Meehan, CEO of the Global Reporting Initiative, a Netherlands-based nonprofit that helps entities monitor such data and develop economic strategies around it.


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