Reports: China eyes absolute CO2 cuts for 2016

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Green campaigners hope move will pave the way for ground-breaking global climate deal in 2015

China is considering setting a cap on its greenhouse gas emissions, improving the prospects for world leaders to agree globally binding emissions targets in 2015 According to reports, China is proposing...

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