Important Australia, China and US in climate talks going on

Posted on September 15, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

AUSTRALIA has brought together the world’s two major greenhouse gas polluters, China and the US, to search for common ground on cutting carbon emissions – including clean coal technologies – while protecting security of energy supplies.
The top Chinese, US and Australian climate change negotiators will gather for two days this week in Washington at a political and business meeting organised by the Melbourne-based Global Foundation and Georgetown University.
The US-China-Australia Dialogue on Energy Security and Climate Change will include the president of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, and leading US multinational firms including aluminium producer Alcoa, aircraft manufacturer Boeing and giant conglomerate General Electric.
Read full by The Australian.

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