The US-China climate pact is a big deal, even for environmental leader California
The Golden State has led the world in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Now the energy sector can impart its knowledge on a global scale.
On Saturday, President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping signed on to the Paris climate deal — a pact to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The US and China account for about 40 percent of global greenhouse emissions — a byproduct of manufacturing and consumption of fossil fuels.
It's an agreement that could have a significant impact overseas and even here in California. For more, Take Two spoke to Clayton Dube, director of the USC US-China Institute.
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