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Delegates from rich and poor nations alike pledged for the first time to limit greenhouse gases.
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Norway Seeks to Offset Its Pollution 12 Years Before Needed
Climate Envoys Seek Successor to $33 Billion UN Carbon Market
Global climate talks are nearing a crucial stage in their effort to flesh out the landmark Paris agreement.
Almost 200 nations scrambling to write rules for Paris accord.
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