ENS NewsWire: Obama, Hu Agree to Combat Climate Change, Urged to Do More

Jan 24, 2011 | In the News, National Press Clips

When Presidents Barack Obama (United States) and Hu Jintao (China) met last week to discuss climate change and global warming, they did so having been encouraged by leading environmental advocates, including the Rev. Canon Sally Bingham.

The two leaders agreed to continue their “close consultations on action to address climate change,” and they pledged coordination “to achieve energy security for our peoples and the world.”

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Environment News Service January 19, 2011

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