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Scuoler, Terry
September 2015
Plant & Works Engineering;Sep2015, Issue 399, p12
The author discusses the plan of U.S. president Barack Obama to lower its 14% total global carbon dioxide emission as compared to the 10% of the European Union (EU). He agrees that the plan could lead to a major step in making a global deal at the United Nations (UN) climate talks in Paris, France by the end of 2015. Also discussed are the position paper of the Engineering Employers Federation (EEF) indicating smarter EU plans for climate change and the British Climate Change Act.


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