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U.N. Reaches Climate Deal in Durban, South Africa

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It was a long two weeks with plenty of drama, but U.N. delegates from around the globe agreed on Sunday in Durban, South Africa to forge a new deal to combat climate change. For the first time, the Durban Platform will force all the biggest polluters to limit greenhouse gas emissions, including emerging economies like China and India.

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