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51 countries just released their climate plans — and they’re still not strong enough

October 2, 2015, The Washington Post

Senior of counsel Gary Guzy is quoted in this Washington Post article discussing new climate action plans released by 51 countries. “What is ground breaking is that, for the first time, all of the major emitting nations of the world are committing to a truly international approach to addressing climate change,” said Guzy. “While perhaps not perfect, the scale of the commitment to cleaner energy development is striking and will continue to drive a focus on cost effective solutions.”

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