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Sunday, September 24, 2023

Before Summit, E.U. Debates Limits on Carbon Emissions

POZNAN, Poland, Dec. 10 — With delegates from around the world struggling to make progress here toward a new agreement on combating global warming, the European Union is locked in its own contentious debate over whether to toughen limits on carbon emissions, even though much of the continent has…

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Nobel Physicist Chosen To Be Energy Secretary

President-elect Barack Obama has chosen Steven Chu, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist who heads the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, to be the next energy secretary, and he has picked veteran regulators from diverse backgrounds to fill three other key jobs on his environmental and climate-cha…

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Auto Bailout Clears House but Faces Hurdles in Senate

The House last night approved an emergency plan to prevent the collapse of the nation’s domestic automobile industry, but the measure faces serious opposition in the Senate, where Republicans are revolting against a White House-brokered deal to speed $14 billion to cash-starved General Motors and…

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