Glasgow Talks Boost Push For Democrats To Enact Climate Legislation

November 15, 2021
Lawmakers, environmentalists, and others are urging congressional Democrats to enact their long-pending climate legislation to help translate the just-concluded Glasgow climate deal into concrete carbon emissions cuts domestically and abroad, and to bolster pressure on China and others to make and fulfill stronger climate pledges. The framing -- articulated before and after countries on Nov. 13 approved the largely process-oriented Glasgow deal -- underscores Democrats’ ongoing efforts to finalize the legislation, as well as widespread views that continued political and...

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