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In race to curb climate change, cities outpace governments
by Alister Doyle
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13 March 2017
On 13 March 2017 Reuters reported:
Cities from Oslo to Sydney are setting goals to curb climate change that exceed national targets . . . More than 2,500 cities have issued plans to cut carbon emissions to the United Nations since late 2014, setting an example to almost 200 nations that reached a Paris Agreement in December 2015 to fight global warming. Although there are no officially collated statistics available, many city targets are more ambitious than those set by governments under the Paris accord, which imposes no obligations on cities, regions, or companies to define goals. ... Mayors in 12 big U.S. cities including Austin, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Boston this week reaffirmed a commitment to the Paris deal.
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