December 6, 2023

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President Biden has made a pact with China to more rapidly move towards shutting down fossil fuel production in favor of green energy.

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The State Department announced it had struck a deal with its Chinese counterparts pledging to “accelerate the substitution for coal, oil and gas generation” with green energy sources like wind and solar power.

The two nations, which together reportedly account for almost half of global greenhouse gas emissions, also agreed to “deepen policy exchanges” on reducing carbon emissions across various sectors of their economies– such as power, industry, buildings and transportation.

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